Phoronix few days ago that about 20% of the new titles that are released on Steam are available for Linux . The percentage is relative: as one of the readers of the site, in the last 100 games released in the platform from Valve, 20 were available for Linux, of the 18 games that were to be published “soon”, to reach Linux 6.
To ensure that the 20% is a trend and not a coincidence, we should keep track of the releases that are forthcoming in the next few months … But that is not the reason for this post. The data are certainly optimistic , and knowing what is coming, they’re going to be. What is the problem then?
The problem, if it can be called so, is the type of games that are dropped into Linux, and how they do . It is in almost all of independent titles , very far from the major commercial donuts that the vast majority want. However, independent studies careful because every time launch better products.
Ideally, however, the situation would be balanced in the medium term.
, Spanish speakers have a real problem, the language. So, I’ve gone through the Linux section on Steam’s take a look at the latest releases and I realized that yes, they are many, but many-releases there have been only between September and October, but very few include Spanish as supported language .
Once this little reflection that left unbound, also leave aside complaints and I offer a selection of Spanish games with better looking that have been released on Steam in the past week (warning: a rule of thumb, I have not played any), except for those who have already taken their place in these pages, as Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.
Tetrobot and Co.
Puzzle (9.99 €)
Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
Simulator / Action (€ 18.99)
Europa Universalis IV
Strategy (€ 39.99)
Doorways: Chapter 1 & 2
Survival horror / Adventure game (8.99 €)Strike Suit Zero
Action / Simulator (18.99 €)
Euro Truck Simulator 2
Simulator (19.99 €)
Timelines: Assault on America
Strategy (13.99 €)
Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians
Platforms / Action (13.99 €)
Have you played one? What do you deserve? Do you mind that games are in Spanish?