Hearthlands is a cute city-builder I haven’t really touched since December last year, so I decided to pick it up again today and the progress is amazing.
DiRT Showdown has fantastic performance, but it did suffer from an annoying bug, and it looks like it has now been fixed.
XCOM 2 has now been delayed until February next year to make it a worthy sequel, this should also ease the porting pressure on Feral who are doing a lot right now.
Prison Architect has come a massively long way since the first alpha, and building a prison has never been more fun. This is the last alpha before the full release in October.
One-man developer Side Scroll Studios talks to GamingOnLinux about developing their own engine, promoting an indie game and managing expectations.
Arma 3 is now downloadable and playable on Linux, but be warned it's early days for the port, and the port may not graduate to official status.
In a recent interview with PC Gamer, lead producer Brandon Adler of Obsidian said, "I don't think it was worthwhile developing for Linux. They are a very, very small portion of our active user base - I think around one and a half percent of our users were Linux."
With all the big titles coming to Linux, it is easy to miss the smaller ones. You do not always want to invest hours of your life building an empire or engaging in epic quests. Sometimes you just want to blast some alien bugs for a few minutes while your coffee is brewing. The game I am looking into today lets you do exactly that.
Intel are now showing off a new benchmark they created to test Vulkan against OpenGL, even though it's running on Windows it's pretty impressive.
I’m not always a fan of combat racers, but wow BlazeRush is quite a surprise to find. I've actually been having a lot of fun with it.
Exciting news! Road Redemption is a title I've really wanted to play since I saw it on Kickstarter, as a spiritual successor to Road Rash which I played when I was younger.
Here I am pointing out another game you should probably avoid on Linux. This time it’s the turn of MadOut, a combat racer that’s just not good.
The creepy point-and-click adventure game about a young girl, who is sent off to a mental institution for children after her parents are brutally murdered, has been released DRM free on GOG and on Steam for Linux, and has a new demo.
The high command wishes to relay to you a message about today's livestream which is indeed happening as it usually does on Fridays. And because we have at least one big new game we should definitely play some of that.
The charming little platformer, noteworthy for its advanced accessibility options and its copyleft license, was recently updated. It now features a crossover mod with Race the Sun and even more accessibility options.
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