Neoseeker : News : Steam for Linux officially available, celebrates with a sale of 50 games
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Duncan Idaho Feb 14, 13
Wait, what is redemption doing in that picture saga, do you have any idea?
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rambo Feb 14, 13
Not sure what you mean Duncan Idaho. I see three of the usual steam characters plus the addition of Tux (mascot for Linux) and a cake.
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Duncan Idaho Feb 14, 13
quote rambo
Not sure what you mean Duncan Idaho. I see three of the usual steam characters plus the addition of Tux (mascot for Linux) and a cake.
eh it's an in site joke, you should've seen Redemptions avatar at least once to get it.
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Northern49 Feb 15, 13
I feel like users should be able to repurchase games they've already purchased on Windows for a very discounted price, or have games purchased on 1 OS, purchased on every OS. I really don't want to repurchase World of Goo for Linux, even at 50 to 75 percent off.
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harbin Feb 15, 13
I don't really see why you should have to repurchase a game you've bought just for a different OS. Most games previously if bought on disc would be installable on a Mac. Portal 2 is an example of this in which both Mac and PC has system requirements listed. Even so, a discount should be listed.

My copies of GTA I bought in Steam (GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas) also has Mac releases listed in the My Games list, that I cannot install for the obvious reason I'm on a PC.

I know Valve wants to recoup some development costs in porting a game over to an OS, but it should either be heavily discounted, or free for owners.
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rambo Feb 15, 13
Have you guys installed it yet? All my games that are available on linux (23 of them) are ready for me to play without having to repurchase.
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magsasaka Feb 15, 13
gonna install linux on my laptop now just for the penguin mascot in tf2
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