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Postal III, Source Engine Still Coming To Linux 90

Posted by Soulskill
from the better-late-than-never dept.
An anonymous reader writes "It appears that the Source Engine Postal III game is coming to Linux as was originally planned and is slated for release in May, according to the Running With Scissors CEO. 'Yes we are still planning a Linux release. We, that is RWS, are waiting for a final beta from our production team in Moscow. Like you and yours, we are anxious and frustrated. ... It looks like May if all goes well. We are hopeful to reach a distribution deal at GDC and [worst] case we go [direct download] and will find another team [for] Linux.'"
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Postal III, Source Engine Still Coming To Linux

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  • by elrous0 (869638) * on Tuesday February 15, 2011 @10:16AM (#35208976)

    Russian programmer just fine. You like much. You like much or Yuri break arm.

  • Portal (Score:3, Funny)

    by fahlesr1 (1910982) on Tuesday February 15, 2011 @11:18AM (#35209768)

    I read the story title and thought it said "Portal III, Source Engine Still Coming to Linux". I was so full of happiness and joy! A triple hit! Another Portal game, Source and Linux IN THE SAME STORY. Perhaps, once Portal was on Linux valve would port Counterstrike Source and I could forever abandon Windows! I saw a vision of a broken window, and through it poured fresh, pine scented air and butterflies and hypo-allergenic puppies. It was the happiest moment of my life.

    Then I read the title again and I cried.

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