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What was your favourite Linux and Gaming news through September 2021?

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scaine 1 Oct, 2021
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The "Month of the Anti-Cheat News"! Now we just need October to the "Month Devs Embraced Proton Anti-Cheat"!
Ehvis 1 Oct, 2021
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Quoting: scaineThe "Month of the Anti-Cheat News"! Now we just need October to the "Month Devs Embraced Proton Anti-Cheat"!

You mean a month of devs switching to create games for Linux exclusively. No? Too much?
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Quoting: scaineThe "Month of the Anti-Cheat News"! Now we just need October to the "Month Devs Embraced Proton Anti-Cheat"!

You mean a month of devs switching to create games for Linux exclusively. No? Too much?

Since we're dreaming, can you throw a free Ferrari for every Linux purchase in there too?
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