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Feb 21 @ 11:18am
In topic Can't download and Install
for me it seems you don't own the game. or did you refund it now?
Mabe the same time as the most steam releases. 6pm in UK
Feb 17 @ 6:55am
In topic Linux & macOS?
I hope it will be day-1 ;-)
Feb 11 @ 10:07am
In topic Linux Version
Feb 9 @ 9:19pm
In topic No Linux? No Steam purchase!
Feb 8 @ 9:43pm
In topic linux+proton
works again with dxvk in proton 5
Feb 6 @ 10:55pm
In topic A Year of Rain Big Hotfix
schade, dass damit wohl auch die mac und linux versionen gestorben sind welche man zum ea release noch als top priorität angepriesen hatte und welche nach ein paar wenigen wochen nachgereicht werden sollte.
Feb 5 @ 10:31am
In topic Linux?
would be great. but it runs out of the box with proton ;-)
Feb 5 @ 10:22am
In topic The path ahead of us
so the top priority linux and mac client will never come.
so maybe this was the last time I buy a dadaelic game because they promise something.
Jan 30 @ 10:18am
In topic New patch?
Commandos 2 HD Remaster Patch v1.08

Fixes:

Fixed dead enemies sometimes appearing in a standing position while the Notebook is in use
Fixed Driver’s skills – Driver can now throw Molotov Cocktails and dig holes correctly
Fixed visual artifacting at furthest zoom level
Fixed issue where enemies could stack into each other or other objects during missions
Fixed load game slots on ‘Mission Failed’ screen
Fixed a few minor graphical issues
‘Fixed an issue where game goes into soft-lock after player hits a patrolman during the mission ‘Castle Colditz’
Fixed landing position of Molotov Cocktails and Smoke Grenades
Fixed Sniper Rifle crosshair not showing through windows
Fixed general localization bugs

Added:

Added minimap navigation – players can now interact with minimap to change camera position
Optimized view cones
Further optimization made to framerate
Enabled cloud saves on Steam
Added trading cards to Steam
Jan 30 @ 7:27am
In topic On the absence of political symbols
Originally posted by Rigolax:
Originally posted by YouTube.GTuxTV:

Unfortunately wrong anyway. There is a ban on censorship, but Article 5 is so limited that you still have to comply with the law. Please read article 5 completely next time. And if §86a prohibits the symbols, this is not canceled out by Article 5.

You can't just hang a flag with a swastika on the house wall and when the police come to take it from you, stamp it as censorship. Ok you can try, but that will probably cause you even more problems.

And yes it is true that download content does not always have to be checked. But there is an exception. Namely when a game with the same or essentially the same content has already been checked. Then the download also needs a label.

and a small addition to article 5. here we mean pre-censorship, so everyone can freely express his opinion as he wants. post-censorship is of course still possible. namely if you violate the law with your opinion. Then you have to bear the consequences.

Oh man. I know what kind of guy you are. Got a Linux avatar and probably working in computer programming and the like. And now you think you understand everything better than anyone.

The censorship ban in Article 5 is ABSOLUTE. Please educate yourself. I never said that you still don't have to comply with the law, just that your original statement was nonsense ("there is a possibility to get allowed to use it.").

Ridiculous.

you still talking ♥♥♥♥ but I am quiet now. I have more things to do than try to educate a guy on steam about the meanings of laws and how laws can interact with each other.
Jan 30 @ 3:23am
In topic any DLC planned?
I'm through the game now and would be happy if there were more.

maybe a alternate route. at the beginning we take a "shortcut" maybe we could see the way we did not see ;-) or a trapped employee who try to find a way out.
Jan 30 @ 3:12am
In topic How to save game
klick on save in the menu would be one way
Jan 30 @ 2:02am
In topic On the absence of political symbols
Originally posted by holydiver95:
Originally posted by YouTube.GTuxTV:
this is not correct. stop posting this ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t. there is a possibility to get allowed to use it. but it is not generally free to use.

Yep that article is vague and implies that heavy censorship like in the 90s is still a thing. So let me get this clear:

1) The USK doesn't refuse to rate games with Nazi symbols anymore. But only games which don't glorify the 3rd Reich will get a rating

2) Yes, there was some ridiculous censorship in the past in terms of violence. However, we got Doom 3 and 2016, Mortal Kombat X and 11 and a few more games uncut. Also, previously banned and censored games now get an uncut rerelease.

I never said that the game would not get permission for the symbols.
It's just that many people here say that any laws have changed and games with such symbols can now be freely released.
And that's wrong

Neither sentence dealt with the depiction of violence. Because I am well aware that the way it is dealt with has changed over time.

Jan 29 @ 7:55pm
In topic On the absence of political symbols
Originally posted by Rigolax:
Originally posted by YouTube.GTuxTV:
this is not correct. stop posting this ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t. there is a possibility to get allowed to use it. but it is not generally free to use.

You keep repeating that and it's not correct either. Now I'm very much afraid you will retort with some more of what in German is called "half knowledge" but anyway, so you are aware: No, there is no need to "get allowed to use it", and there never was. The USK is not like the DMV ("TÜV"), you don't need to get a license to release a game even if it contains swastikas and the like; in Germany there's this thing callled "Zensurverbot", you see, it's there in Article 5 of the constitution, and the way it's interpreted is that there cannot be under any circumstance the requirement to license a game, to get the pre-approval for a release. Now this might totally blow your mind but Nazi symbols were per se always legal in Germany in video games if used legally, yes that's right, even before when the USK rating was not possible to get in those cases! And why's that, but yes, because there is no need to get a USK rating. Of course everyone and their grandmother (the one with the medicine requirements) will want to get a USK rating because it grants certain legal certainties de facto (not per jure per se, if you catch my pretentious Latin drift), but it's, again I'm starting to repeat myself, not needed. And because I can expect the retort, and you shall be excused, no, unrated games are also not treated like already on the "index" that is kept by the federal agency BPjM like as if Germany was the Roman-Catholic church, no no, if you wanted to put an unrated game on those shiny DVDs, then you'd have to only sell it legally to adults like if it were rated USK 18; but because we are talking here about digital distribution where games magically come flying out of your internet cable, it's not even like that! If that doesn't convince you, please refer to § 12 Abs. 1 and 3 JuSchG and compare it to § 5 JMStV.

Unfortunately wrong anyway. There is a ban on censorship, but Article 5 is so limited that you still have to comply with the law. Please read article 5 completely next time. And if §86a prohibits the symbols, this is not canceled out by Article 5.

You can't just hang a flag with a swastika on the house wall and when the police come to take it from you, stamp it as censorship. Ok you can try, but that will probably cause you even more problems.

And yes it is true that download content does not always have to be checked. But there is an exception. Namely when a game with the same or essentially the same content has already been checked. Then the download also needs a label.

and a small addition to article 5. here we mean pre-censorship, so everyone can freely express his opinion as he wants. post-censorship is of course still possible. namely if you violate the law with your opinion. Then you have to bear the consequences.
Jan 29 @ 3:50pm
In topic On the absence of political symbols
Originally posted by Dekai Nyanko:
Originally posted by MFWIC:
I know the history and usage of swastika. I am asking about legality of using Nazi symbol including swastika, totenkopf, SS sign etc in video games.

Usage is okay, ban was lifted on 2018 https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45142651
this is not correct. stop posting this ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t. there is a possibility to get allowed to use it. but it is not generally free to use.
Jan 29 @ 2:50am
In topic On the absence of political symbols
Originally posted by Abriael:
There is no law to be broken. The only country that used to prohibit the display of Nazi symbols in video games was Germany, but this ruling was reversed in 2018, finally equating video games to film and other forms of artistic media as excluded from the application of Strafgesetzbuch section 86a.
The situation in Germany is nowhere near as simple as you describe it. It is always an individual decision and there are strict requirements for the representation of symbols in games.
Jan 28 @ 2:37pm
In topic On the absence of political symbols
From a corporate perspective, Kalypso did everything right. They have brought a game to the largest possible market with minimal use of time and money. And now half the Internet is talking about it. As the saying goes: "There is no such thing as bad PR" Sure, some players will not buy the game because of the adjustments. But Kalypso will have taken that into account and in the end they will be in the black with the game due to the economical development and the current reporting.
Jan 28 @ 1:46pm
In topic FAQ
With the new Unity 2019.3 with IL2CPP Support, will Linux come back to the table?
it seems there are people that want to play
https://steamcharts.com/app/1100410
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