Corben Dallas   Bayern, Germany
Multigamer. Linux enthusiast. Steam Deck user.
Gaming platform: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa x86_64
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Welcome to Sevastopol!
A space station, that had a flurishing economy. Well, it should have had.
But over time you find out, that the station has seen its best times. And now it is sold. Sold to a company, which has of course economic interests. This interest is on the station, and it's not the shops or the people.
While you explore the station, you soon realize there is something wrong. The communication is interrupted, people are hiding and are afraid. People are vanishing, Androids behave strange, the station's main computer locks everthing down... to protect. To protect you? No...

The game is about finding all that out. And it's fun. Enjoy the nice views of inside and outside the station, as the graphics is very nice and shows a lot of passion for details. What you see is very close to the interior of the Nostromo you know from the first Alien movie. The game has so many parallels to the movie, it is awesome to experience those details. Also the sound is great, melody and sound effects... you will recognize them again and again from the movie.

There are gamers, who say the game isn't scary. Well, one the one hand you should let get yourself into the atmosphere of the game, as it is much more fun. On the other hand, even if you get used to the frightning atmosphere, the game will stay thrilling over the whole story. Hiding is key.
And the game is not unfair at any time. You just have to learn to recognize the signs. Listen to the sounds, spot hiding places, cause distraction, trust the motion tracker and the direction to the objective (it is from where you stand, and will lead you around obstacles)... then you always have a chance to survive.

Nevertheless the game is not perfect. It has some issues, like different keybinding than shown on screen (at least in the german version), stepless leaning only possible with controller (I used keyboard and mouse all the time), tracker mislead one or two times (path was on a different level). But these are all minor issues imho. The game is very well playable on PC with keyboard and mouse, the only real negative aspect... it's not available for Linux (yet?) ;)
Update: Feral Interactive released a high quality port!

For fans of the Alien franchise this game is a must have of course. It is quite different to all those shooters. But it is also a recommended game for sci-fi fans, survival-horror fans and fans of games where you must not rush through the levels. Because running will make noise, and noise will reveal your position. There are a lot of different dangers, which are seeking for you.
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Linux as a gaming platform?
tl;dr: yes!

Thanks to awesome people like Ryan "Icculus" Gordon, Ethan "flibitijibibo" Lee, Aaron "Knockout Games" Melcher, Timothee "TTimo" Besset, Josh "Cheeseness" Bush and more who ported games to Linux, and companies like Feral Interactive, Aspyr Media, Virtual Programming and more which ported games to Linux, and companies or developers like Flippfly, Rockfish Games, Games of Edan, Reikon Games and many more who created Linux versions of their games themselves, we have nowadays a huge amount of games to choose from to play on Linux.

Meanwhile Valve has released their wine fork called proton , which makes it very easy to play games where only a Windows version is available, to be played on Linux. Not each game works out of the box, but you can have a look at the steam play compatibility reports [] to check if a game is likely to work or not. With that even more games are available to be played on Linux. Just be sure to give special thanks to those devs and publishers who give us a native Linux version.

So if you've chosen Linux as your operating system, and are a gamer, you are ready to go and can have more hours fun gaming than a lifespan has to offer.
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tuxdelux Jan 2, 2019 @ 4:22pm 
front 242 is one of my favorite bands ever.. must visit berlin soon
fgoetschel Nov 17, 2013 @ 8:29am 
Eeeyy wie bist den du drauf???
Kain Oct 28, 2013 @ 1:52pm 
Suito Jul 26, 2013 @ 1:54am 
Wuhu !:B1:
Peaky Peter Oct 24, 2011 @ 3:49am 
Hey corben