Another day, another journalist claiming that Valve is killing SteamOS (amongst other things mentioned) and it couldn't be further from the truth. I'm going to be pretty blunt in this one, because it needs to be.
Here's a sad one, some low-life's have been using the game store itch to sell cheap copies of other people's games for cheap.
Studio Wildcard seem to repeatedly mess up Early Access for ARK: Survival Evolved. First with a DLC for an unfinished game and now this new eye watering price.
Recently, Valve did a presentation about Steam during Indigo 2017 which took place in June. The interesting and not surprising thing here is that Steam just keeps on growing.
I posed a question on Twitter recently where I asked developers to jump in with thoughts on essential things to know about when bringing a game to Linux. Let’s look over some answers!
The Witcher 3 is something Linux users have been practically begging to have, but the problem is that it seems it will likely never come to Linux. An ex-Virtual Programming developer has taken to reddit explaining why this may have happened.
Another month goes by and Valve have released their Steam Hardware Survey. It shows a drop in Linux marketshare, but it's not as bad as people claim.
The website is growing up! On the 5th of July GamingOnLinux will turn 8 years old and we have a little plan. Plus a few quick thoughts on 2017 so far.
This is very interesting! Paradox have announced that they've acquired Triumph Studios, makers of Age of Wonders and Overlord.
Facepunch Studios developer Garry Newman tweeted out yesterday about how Rust has done in terms of refunds, turns out it's quite a lot.
Good news for fans of HITMAN, as IO Interactive have confirmed they've retained the rights and become a fully independent studio.
In an impressive show of support, the post from the Stardock CEO asking for Ashes of the Singularity Linux version requests has more posts than reviews on Steam.
I recently wrote about how the Linux version of Xenonauts is no longer supported with the developer now saying it's only for 'legacy customers', I reached out to the developer for some answers and here's what they told me.
In a move that might prove frustrating for fans of HITMAN, Square Enix are selling the developer Io-Interactive.
Here's your utterly weird news of the day. Some time ago Xenonauts was ported to Linux by Knockout Games. The official website now claims it's not actually supported and is only meant for whatever the heck they mean by 'legacy customers'.
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