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X³: Reunion Released for Linux

December 5th, 2008 by Lightkey

Linux Game Publishing has finally, after a week of delay, announced that X³: Reunion and X³: Reunion Special Edition (including a T-shirt, the book Farnham’s Legend and all copies signed by his majesty Michael Simms) have arrived today and are now shipping.

X³: Reunion is a space combat and trading simulator developed by Egosoft. X²: The Threat was previously ported to Linux by LGP.

2 Responses to “X³: Reunion Released for Linux”

  1. msimms Says:

    *pokes lightkey* Dont make fun of me, it took ages to squiggle all of those boxes!

  2. M1AU Says:

    Has someone who didn’t played X2 any disadvantage?
    Or in other words are there any advantages for someone who played X2 first? (besides of the “you probably get faster into X3″ thingy…)

    Besides that, I’m really interested in X3 and the price seems to be currently OK, but in conjunction X2 is now utterly overpriced. For 20 EUR, I’ve probably bought it long ago.

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