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We told you early in September that Shadowrun Returns (Steam Link) was going into beta soon and it looks to be finally hitting our digital shelves.
Shadowrun Returns, a classic RPG game developed and published by Harebrained Schemes, is now available for download on the Steam for Linux platform. The developers from Harebrained Schemes have finally managed to release a non-beta version of Shadowrun Returns on Steam for Linux.
The impeding patch 1.1 for Shadowrun Returns, Harebrained Schemes' Kickstarted tactical role-playing game, will introduce Linux support and a slew of new features and code updates, according to a post on the developer's website.
Shadowrun Returns, a classic RPG game developed and published by Harebrained Schemes, has been released for the Linux version, although it's still in the Beta stage. The developers have raised the necessary funds through a Kickstarter project and one of their goals has been the release of a Linux build.
Shadowrun Returns - MAN MEETS MAGIC & MACHINE. The year is 2054. Magic has returned to the world, awakening powerful creatures of myth and legend. Technology merges with flesh and consciousness. It's on it's way to Linux folks!
Harebrained Schemes will be releasing an expansion pack for their recently published tactical turn-based RPG Shadowrun Returns: BERLIN. The Flux-State: a stable anarchy enforced by an ever-shifting coalition of megacorps, political factions, and savvy power players. A place where almost anything goes and the right connections can be the difference between success and starvation.
Harebrained Schemes LLC the developers of the promising kickstarter project Shadowrun Returns which once promised a GNU/Linux version is backed down from it’s promise. “As part of our review, we came to the conclusion that feature additions such as aLinux version, Multiplayer PvP, and Cooperative Play are beyond the scope of the project and would [...]
Fans of the Shadowrun roleplaying game may find themselves spending some considerable time over the next few days watching and watching again a new video of gameplay for the upcoming Shadowrun Returns game. The game combines free form roleplaying with a turn-based combat system to bring the pen and paper game to the digital world.
Less than a year after announcing the beta release of Steam for Linux, Valve unveiled plans for Linux-based SteamOS and Steam Machine beta hardware. So far, weve seen plenty of buzz, but we cant actually install the new operating system or get our hands on the hardware. Will the Steam releases live up to the hype?