Has it really been 20 years? Blimey! Black Mesa, the fan-made recreation of the original with plenty of bells and whistles has a trailer for the hotly anticipated Xen levels.
Keeping the hype train for Valve's new card battler, Richard Garfield has another blog post and video out. This time, covering what they call Upkeep Kills.
Since Julian Gollop and Snapshot Games are closing in on the third backer build of Phoenix Point they decided to tease us with a new trailer to show off some new bits.
Feral show off Total War: WARHAMMER II on Linux, along with confirming more Linux ports and a Vulkan teaser
Feral Interactive just put up a YouTube video to show off Total War: WARHAMMER II running on Linux, it's looking good and they confirmed again their future Linux plans.
While platforms have yet to be confirmed, it's probably safe to say Feral Interactive will likely be porting Life Is Strange 2 to Linux.
For those interested, the video of Keith Packard's presentation at DebConf 2018 is now available to view.
For those who have some time to spare, Noclip have done an interesting documentary on how game store GOG came to be.
Backer build 2 of Phoenix Point is now out with new units, new maps and I took another early look for you.
The lead developer of the open source game engine 'Godot Engine' has shown off a video of an upcoming third-person shooter demo and it's impressive.
For those wanting to view them, the Vulkanised 2018 event videos are now online including one with a Feral Interactive developer talking about porting with Vulkan.
If you like the idea of a 2D retro-inspired platformer where you can change the seasons, come check out the latest gameplay video.
For those who love your arena brawlers, you might want to keep an eye on Mighty Fight Federation, a game inspired by Power Stone, Ehrgeiz, and Marvel vs Capcom as it's confirmed for Linux.
The hype is building inside me for the System Shock reboot, it certainly sounds and looks good and they continue to confirm Linux support.
Keith Packard has been consulting for Valve for the past year to get Virtual Reality devices hooked up and properly working on Linux. Take a look at his presentation from LinuxConfAu 2018.
Protect the queen in 'Empires of the Undergrowth' now in Early Access with Linux support, some thoughts
Empires of the Undergrowth is an Ant colony management and strategy game that's now in Early Access, I took a look and here's some thoughts.
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