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Motosport Manager Coming to PC/Mac/Linux This September

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

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SEGA have revealed that Playsport Games’ F1 management sim Motorsport Manager will launch on PC, Mac and Linux this September.

Previously available on mobile platforms, the game has been rebuilt from the ground up to make use of the extra hardware grunt that PCs can offer and it’s a considerably more feature-rich and prettier experience as a result.

You can watch the reveal trailer below:

[Source: Eurogamer]

Football Manager 2014 is Being Release on Linux

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

For the first time in the series’ history, the new Football Manager title will be released on the Linux operating system. This version joins a Windows and Mac released which are all expected before the end of the year.

Also confirmed for the series is the ability to use cloud saving so you can access your save game wherever you are.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Road Redemption Being Ported to Wii-U

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Road Rash spiritual successor Road Redemption is being ported to Wii-U. The game is still looking for Kickstarter funding which you can take part in by clicking here.

Also detailed are RPG-esque details which are included in the single player campaign:

“As you complete missions, you earn cash for the bike shop, where you unlock new bikes with better stats, as well as have the opportunity to customize elements of your current bike, such as its color. You are able to upgrade and recruit new gang members who ride with you on missions, as well as improve your own character by buying new equipment to boost your stats such as better helmets, weapons and other equipment. Of course, some equipment can only be earned by playing certain missions.

There is also a skill system tied to experience earned by playing missions.

There will never be any in-game real money purchases in Road Redemption.”

The Road Redemption Kickstarter ends in 18 days and at the time of writing Dark Seas Games have raised $57,914 of their $160,000 goal.

Spiritual Successor to Road Rash Announced; Looking for Kickstarter Backing

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

Road Redemption has been announced as a spiritual successor to Road Rash and even features ex SEGA development staff among its’ team at DarkSeas.

A $15 pledge gets you a DRM free version of the game on PC, Mac or Linux with a projected release date of July 2014. You can access the project’s Kickstarter by clicking here.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Pelikan13 Starts a Kickstarter for Scud Race/Daytona USA-Inspired PC Racer

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Greek indie developer Pelikan13 has begun a Kickstarter campaign for a new PC racing game called The 90s Arcade Racer and it’s heavily inspired by SEGA games like Scud Race and Daytona USA. A £10 pledge will get you a digital download of the game for PC, Mac or Linux with an estimated delivery of November this year. As you’d expect, more lavish options are available if you pledge higher amounts.

Check out the in-engine gameplay preview below:

You can access the Kickstarter campaign for The 90s Arcade Racer via this link: CLICK HERE

Pier Solar HD Announced for Dreamcast, XBLA, PC, Mac and Linux

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Charming 2010 Mega Drive RPG Pier Solar is getting a HD upgrade and is set for release on Dreamcast (alright, we know it isn’t a HD console), XBLA, PC, Mac and Linux.

The port is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign. When the campaign reaches $139,000 the project will steam ahead for a December 2013 release. The campaign has already reached $43,829 at the time of writing.

You can access the Kickstarter page from this link: CLICK HERE

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