Valve aren't stopping at gamepads and console-like boxes, as they have announced a VR device they will demo at GDC.
After a brief Early Access period, The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2 has been released along with the previously unseen fifth chapter of the game.
One downside of GOG is the smaller library of games, and it looks like they are trying to make it easier for indie developers to get in touch about it.
I decided to write down some thoughts on Steam Machines, and Linux Gaming in general as I've seen quite a few articles on other publications about the imminent demise of Steam Machines and Linux Gaming that are rammed full of annoyances from writers who seem to want it to fail.
Wine development team was able to produce a new experimental release today. 1.7.37 bringing many new features and as many as 71 bugfixes.
The weekly livestream is back after a week long break! I had an unexpected case of winter flu but luckily that has passed and I can get back to streaming and video making. So, let's do this!
A Fighting game combined with a BRAWLER! With a huge sword, rocket launcher and a FLAMETHROWER! Coming to the Windows/Mac/Linux/PSVita!
Bleed is an indie bullet hell shootem-up platformer by Bootdisk Revolution. Originally released in 2013, the developer had stated low hopes of a native port release, but the wait for that day is now over! Initial thoughts are included.
Underworld Ascendant, The Spiritual Successor To Ultima Underworld, No Longer A Stretch Goal For Linux
This is interesting, Underworld Ascendant is now going to be on Linux without the need for a stretch-goal in the hopes of gaining more backers.
Epic Games are being epic, as they have announced a funding pool of 5 million to throw at Unreal Engine developers.
A puzzle platformer with surreal imagery, Tulpa, was released late last month and almost flew completely under our radar. The game mixes highly contrasting colours, strange environments and moody music to an interesting effect.
The unique action RPG with card deck building mechanics, Hand of Fate, is finally fully released after a year of being in Early Access. The game has a spiffy new trailer to show off the game.
Solo: Gaze into Madness is a good looking first person horror that looks really quite good. The developer emailed it in directly, so Linux support is a go.
Today I will interview one of the developers of the Gallium Nine project, Axel Davy. Gallium Nine is a Direct3D 9 implementation for the Open Source Mesa drivers that use Gallium. Used with Wine, it enables you to play Direct3D 9 games with solid performance on Linux.
This is just a mid-month reminder for all those who missed our survey this month or haven’t got round to filling it in yet.
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