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Games: Pecaminosa, Wolfenstein - Blade of Agony, Crowsworn, and Godot Community Poll 2021

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  • Pecaminosa is a film noir inspired police action RPG out now for Linux | GamingOnLinux

    BadLand Publishing and developer Cereal Games have now officially released their film noir inspired police action RPG Pecaminosa on Linux.

    "Pecaminosa blends the charm of pixel art and the mechanics of an Action RPG with the atmosphere of film noir. The Legend of Zelda combined with Touch of Evil. You have not seen and played anything like it. Interrogate suspects, explore a city dominated by crime and sin, and never hesitate to use your fists and guns. These are hard times in a very tough city."

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  • Wolfenstein - Blade of Agony gets another big update in the 3.1 release | GamingOnLinux

    After the recent 3.0 release of Wolfenstein - Blade of Agony, a free FPS inspired by WWII shooters from the 90's and early 2000's they gathered a lot of feedback and another release is out now.

    Some of the changes they needed to do were actually quite urgent it seems, as not long after the 3.0 release with the last episode they took the whole thing down. There was a concern on how some elements of WWII were shown in the game, especially from German news and gaming websites. It's a tough subject, especially with certain German laws and so they made steps to adjust parts of the game and this 3.1 release is the result of that.

  • Dark mysterious metroidvania Crowsworn is live on Kickstarter and flew past the goal

    Crowsworn looks pretty damn good and it appears plenty of other people feel the same way, with it only just launching on Kickstarter recently and the goal was completely smashed. Taking some inspiration from games like Hollow Knight, Bloodborne, and Devil May Cry this metroidvania has a "strong design emphasis on explorative platforming, immersive combat, and compelling storytelling".

    "In Fearanndal, a dark and oppressive world, where even the air seems to carry weight, you awake from a deep slumber.  You find yourself in a coffin, buried in an unmarked grave, surrounded by unfamiliar territory. Seemingly void of purpose, you venture forth attempting to retrace your steps and regain your lost memories."

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  • Godot Engine - Godot Community Poll 2021

    It's this time of the year! Godot Community Poll 2021 is now out for everyone to take part. Let us know what your relationship with Godot is in this brief list of questions!

    The poll is completely anonymous, and you can see the results after filling it. It will remain open for a week.

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