gibbs1984 wrote:For anyone that plays Football Manager it's now native to Linux through Steam, can't wait until payday now!
gemini89 wrote:gibbs1984 wrote:For anyone that plays Football Manager it's now native to Linux through Steam, can't wait until payday now!
I already got it. I pre-ordered it about a week ago. Bought it retail though as I wanted a case in my bookshelf with Tux on it. Might not have been worth the extra ~3 euros for retail instead of just getting the code by email, but what the hell.
It runs great, except a little bit of stuttering sometimes during the 3D matches, but my crappy CPU might be the problem.
gibbs1984 wrote:That's good to know, how easy was it to setup? Do you just get a .deb file?
I was thinking about getting a hardcopy purely because I can get it cheaper here but was wondering how they put the file on the disk, so if it's a .deb then that'll be easy to install.
Any other problems like changing to windowed mode or anything?
2. Installing This Software
Windows / Mac OS X
Insert the Football Manager 2014 disc into your DVD drive and wait for the autoplay program to begin.
From here, follow the simple on-screen steps to install the game.
Open a web browser to http://store.steampowered.com/, and click the "Install Steam" link.
Once installed, run Steam and select Games->Activate a Product on Steam, then enter the CD key supplied.
Booman wrote:Thats funny, why even bother with a DVD if there is nothing on it and a note saying "download the game from the internet"?
"gibbs1984 wrote:Ah, thanks for the reply.
Might aswell get a hardcopy then as it's a lot cheaper and it downloads through Steam anyway
Booman wrote:I would love to see the whole Crysis franchise and Battlefield franchise in Linux.
I know it would never happen, but I would love it!
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