THQ is basically dead.80Maxwell08 said:THQ may be considering Linux in the future.
Not like it was a surprise anyway. I feel sorry for the people who may lose their jobs but I can't say I'll miss THQ after all their recent DLC madness.Sirnaq said:THQ is basically dead.
Not at all. But it is confusing to observers from outside the US, because the US concept of "debtor in possession" is rare elsewhere.Sirnaq said:THQ is basically dead.
Great to see more developers paying attention to Linux in its own right, rather than afterthought after their Windows releases. Time for CDPR to start doing it too.We always get a lot of requests to port Eador. MotBW to Linux and Mac systems. And, of course, this is our intention as well. But initially we planned to make other versions only after the Windows release. Recent Gabe Newell’s statements made us rethink our plans one more time. If this man puts Linux to such a high priority then we should pay our attention to this matter more closely already at this point.
We’re happy to announce that Snowbird Games starts working with a separate team in order to bring Linux and Mac versions of Eador. Master of the Broken World. We hope that the game will be released on all platforms simultaneously this spring.
Like you didn't have software distribution AKA app store on Linux.Volsung said:Now that Microsoft touched a sensitive area, software distribution, developers and publishers probably feel some of the pressure us users have been subjected to for years.