Some rather interesting news here, both Obsidian Entertainment and inXile Entertainment have now officially joined Microsoft.
After writing about how the developer of Depth of Extinction revoked a user’s externally purchased Steam key after leaving a negative review, the developer reached out to give a statement.
Here's a case of how to definitely not deal with getting negative feedback. A developer of Depth of Extinction revoked a user's key after a negative review.
When installing Ubuntu 18.04, Canonical's installer will offer to send some statistics to them. Canonical have now released some of this.
A day early! Your new weekly roundup of odds and ends for Linux gaming that didn't make it into the main news this week, plus a look at some sales.
Embrace, extend, and protect? Microsoft joins the Open Invention Network to 'protect Linux and open source'
In a move that's going to raise a lot of eyebrows, Microsoft has joined the Open Invention Network to 'protect Linux and other important open source workloads from patent assertions'.
In what could be a blow to Linux gamers who are fans of Obsidian RPGs, Microsoft is apparently close to acquiring the studio.
Another week has flown by and it’s been a pretty good one, here’s a roundup of some odds and ends that we didn’t fit in this week plus a quick look over some good deals.
It's Sunday, I have still a ridiculous cold so I feel quite poorly. Here's a run over some Linux games on sale, some other random things along with a question to you.
For those thinking about or already creating games, you might want to take a look over at Humble with their game development book bundle.
Good morning, it's question time here again on GamingOnLinux as we enter another weekend. Wipe that sleep from your eyes, grab a drink and come chat.
How do you know Linux is gaining steam outside of the usual circles? When you see writers like Jason Evangelho from Forbes switching over to Linux and writing about his experience.
It's the weekend already? It's also September! When did that happen? What are you fine people playing on Linux this weekend?
The weekend has arrived and for many of you this is likely your best time to boot up your favourite game, so what are you all playing?
In an interesting post aimed at the more casual reader, the CTO of Croteam has now written up a post about 'The Elusive Frame Timing'.
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