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I don't know what control scheme you are using but the controls in Turok work pretty well. The footage shown does make aiming look difficult. I played a couple of levels of the Linux port using a Wiimote and I had an easier time aiming than what is shown in your video. Hopefully Turok 2: Seeds of Evil will get ported to Linux at some point. The game world is not as interesting as the one in Dinosaur Hunter but it does play better and I never got around to finishing that game.
I dunno, I sense a slight skew towards games with retro aesthetics and gameplay, hah...not that I mind, some of those seem interesting to me. I don't think I'll be buying much, or anything at all this Summer Sale...as tempting as some of the discounts are, I've got more than enough on my backlog (e.g. Owlboy, Cook Serve Delicious! 2, Flinthook, FEZ...). Friend of mine got me back into Crypt of the NecroDancer recently, and I _still_ haven't tried the DLC, so maybe I'll finally spring (summer?) for that...
Nice choices. But I went another way. Instead of going piecemeal with lots of games I just chose one that would occupy me for a lot of time, Total War: Warhammer, and the announcement by Feral that the second installment is being ported to Linux influenced my choice a lot.
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