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  1. Ok, messed with getting a manual wine install (had to solve some dependency hell for some reason on my borked system) and it looks terrible , but mouse works. Additionally after I went through all that, I booted up my playonlinux install for a graphic comparison (settings) and the mouse started working all of a sudden, no idea why. Even with wine 2.2 the actual performance is still pretty bad though so it'll probably still be a while before it's actually playable. @ique Sound works for me fine, maybe check if you have the 32-bit sound libs installed for pulse or alsa, whichever you're using, that fixed that issue when I had no sound.
  2. I am using a Nvidia 750 Ti (378.09 driver) as well, did you figure out how to get mouse input to work in-game? But yeah, wine support for DX11 is still being worked on, wine 2.1 just came out even.
  3. Very recently wine gained some preliminary DX11 (and by extension DX10) support, with a few games working ( https://www.wine-staging.com/news/2017-01-25-blog-vulkan-dx11.html I installed wine-staging in playonlinux on Ubuntu 16.10 and while Reflex boots just fine, it seems the graphics in game are messed up. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/210878136114479114/277500172026642432/Screenshot_from_2017-02-04_13-05-06.png https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/210878136114479114/277500243459702794/Screenshot_from_2017-02-04_13-05-49.png Has anyone else tried this and got better results? I installed wine for quake live but it'd be nicer if I could just play Reflex instead. Edit: setting graphics to low makes SOME things render fine, however the mouse input in game is completely messed up Edit2:mouse issues likely to do with Reflex wanting to do "raw input"