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Are there any plans to bring the Linux versions of Saints Row 2 or 3 over to GOG ?
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shylock.596: Are there any plans to bring the Linux versions of Saints Row 2 or 3 over to GOG ?
Steam just got it so they really should.
Linux versions will be instant buy for me.

Because I'm in Germany, I only get the censored versions on steam.
And there is no low-violence version of SR2 for linux.
I would really appreciate it honestly.
I remembler blindly buying the Metro series thinking a Linux version would be available shortly after the SteamOS versions but no...

Hope it'll happen sooner for the Saints Row series.
When there are no versions of a game within the next days after release on GOG there will be no more activity in this direction within the next years. I know this is not true for all and everything, but that describes absolutely correct my experience: No Metro, no Tropico 5, no Dungeons 2, no Dying Light, no Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic 2 and the list grow longer everytime there is a new release for Linux.
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throgh: When there are no versions of a game within the next days after release on GOG there will be no more activity in this direction within the next years. I know this is not true for all and everything, but that describes absolutely correct my experience: No Metro, no Tropico 5, no Dungeons 2, no Dying Light, no Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic 2 and the list grow longer everytime there is a new release for Linux.
I'm quite sceptical too. I'm thinking about buying Saints Row 4 on Steam, because it has a Linux version and I'm not convinced that any version (even only the Windows version) will come to gog.

Edit: Even the OSX version of Turok is still missing.
Post edited April 17, 2016 by mk47at
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throgh: When there are no versions of a game within the next days after release on GOG there will be no more activity in this direction within the next years. I know this is not true for all and everything, but that describes absolutely correct my experience: No Metro, no Tropico 5, no Dungeons 2, no Dying Light, no Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic 2 and the list grow longer everytime there is a new release for Linux.
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mk47at: I'm quite sceptical too. I'm thinking about buying Saints Row 4 on Steam, because it has a Linux version and I'm not convinced that any version (even only the Windows version) will come to gog.

Edit: Even the OSX version of Turok is still missing.
Would be interesting if the Steam-version also needs the client to run!
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mk47at: Edit: Even the OSX version of Turok is still missing.
Actually, it sounded like there may have been some movement on that. As in Judas' threats.
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throgh: no Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic 2
Aspyr rep stated they are working on this. Far too slowly, but it should be coming.
Post edited April 18, 2016 by Gydion
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Gydion: Aspyr rep stated they are working on this. Far too slowly, but it should be coming.
Thanks, that would nice having this game native for Linux here. :)
If you haven't already, please vote on the community wishlist. There are far too few votes at the moment.

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/saints_row_2_linux_version
https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/linux_version_of_saints_row_the_third_the_full_package

Also, consider writing an email to Deep Silver.
Edit: Contact details here https://www.deepsilver.com/en/contact/
Post edited April 18, 2016 by bruceFish
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Gydion: Aspyr rep stated they are working on this. Far too slowly, but it should be coming.
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throgh: Thanks, that would nice having this game native for Linux here. :)
Well, it would be. Faulty memory on my part though. They only mentioned bringing the patch here and not specifically additional platforms.
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throgh: Thanks, that would nice having this game native for Linux here. :)
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Gydion: Well, it would be. Faulty memory on my part though. They only mentioned bringing the patch here and not specifically additional platforms.
What a shame, but they are also in best friendship though. Most developers and publishers seem not to care about the DRM-free Linux-versions here. :(
Hopefully GOG will try their best to get the native Linux versions.
It's on sale now... So hard to resist, but I think I will wait for Linux version to show Linux support.