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SteamOS update 2.83 beta released, new Nvidia and AMD drivers hit

By Liam Dawe,
Today SteamOS has a new beta, which brings a much newer Nvidia driver to the table and a fresher build of the new AMD PRO driver.

Street Fighter V has passed the initial Linux & SteamOS release window

By Liam Dawe,
I sincerely hope none of you pre-ordered Street Fighter V on the promise of the Linux version, as it has shown yet again how silly it is. Street Fighter V is now officially late.

Dell set to introduce beefed up Steam Machines

By Liam Dawe,
According to PCWorld who spoke with Chris Sutphen, the senior marketing manager at Alienware, Dell are pushing out two new Steam Machine models.

Things I feel Valve need to address to help SteamOS really be something fantastic

By Liam Dawe,
Valve have a lot of work to do to bring SteamOS up to full speed and actually show that they regard it as an important platform. And it has to be not just important to them, but be truly useful to us.

Steam Machines are dead in the water according to Ars, not quite

By Liam Dawe,
Ars Technica has written up an article about Valve's Steam Machines and how they seem to have sold less than 500,000 units in around seven months.

Editorial: Valve have not abandoned SteamOS or Linux, things are looking pretty good

By Liam Dawe,
Something I keep seeing repeated in our comments, forum and across other sites is people believing Valve have somehow failed already and are abandoning SteamOS. That's far from the truth of the matter.

SteamOS 2.80 beta released, brings the AMD GPU PRO driver for Vulkan and VDPAU support

By Liam Dawe,
Probably one of the more interesting releases of SteamOS recently. SteamOS 2.80 is now in beta which brings with it some fun changes for AMD GPU users.

Feral Interactive are teasing yet another Linux & Mac port on their radar

By Liam Dawe,
Oh boy, not long after the release of Tomb Raider and Feral Interactive have started teasing a new port again.

Corpse Party, a popular 2D horror series is coming to Linux & SteamOS

By Liam Dawe,
I hadn't heard of Corpse Party myself until a few days ago, but it seems this popular series is getting a Linux entry. Corpse Party is currently being ported to Linux!

Lionsgate and Steam team up to offer over 100 films on Steam

By Liam Dawe,
Pretty awesome news, Lionsgate and Steam are teaming up to offer over 100 of their titles like Hunger Games, Twilight and more.

The Culling, a good looking Unreal Engine 4 battle royale game is heading to Linux soon

By Liam Dawe,
I must admit I like the look of The Culling! While I like the idea of survival games, they often don't click for me, but a battle royale game I could definitely get into.

SteamOS updated to 2.70, pushes the last beta to the stable branch

By Liam Dawe,
Just a heads up here, SteamOS brewmaster 2.70 is now considered stable and is ready to be updated on your machines.

The latest Steam Hardware Survey is out

By Liam Dawe,
Another month, and another Steam Hardware Survey. Linux is currently sitting at 0.85%, so there's a small drop.

Darkest Dungeon, a popular gothic roguelike RPG now on Linux with a public Beta

By Liam Dawe,
Oh yes! Darkest Dungeon is now an instant buy for many I'm sure as it has arrived on Linux in Beta form. Lots of people have been waiting for this gothic roguelike turn-based RPG.

Two Worlds II coming to GOG for Linux as well as Steam & switch from DRM to DLM

By Liam Dawe,
You may or may not remember that I recently broke the news that Two Worlds II was finally coming to Linux & SteamOS along with major engine upgrades. The better news is that it's going to be on GOG for Linux, and have less annoying restrictions.

Two Worlds II to get major engine upgrade, new DLC and SteamOS & Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
Something I have been speaking about with Topware since 2013 is finally going to happen! Two Worlds II is getting a major engine upgrade, with new DLC and SteamOS & Linux support too.

SteamOS 2.67 beta now available, now prefers HDMI & DisplayPort and pulseaudio updates

By Liam Dawe,
Valve have pushed out SteamOS 2.67 beta with some minor but useful changes to the compositor, pulseaudio and boot-up. It also fixes as an issue with The Talos Principle.

An interesting video & presentation done by Guy Lunardi on SteamOS

By Liam Dawe,
Guy Lunardi of Collabora went to the New York Linux Users Group (NYLUG) to do a talk on SteamOS. Check out the video.

Valve Announces Steam Machines, You Can Win One Too

By Liam Dawe,
Valve have announced SteamOS, their own operating system based on Debian Linux that will be placed on a variety of gaming machines due for release in 2014.
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