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What games do you want ported to Linux? Feral Interactive want to know again
12 August 2017 at 8:04 am UTC Likes: 1

All blizzard games
Dark souls 3
Shadow war
Witcher 3

Stardock CEO asking to see interest in Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation on Linux with Vulkan
28 May 2017 at 10:31 am UTC

I really like this game, it reminds me of starcraft2. I'm gonna buy it when it releases for Linux.

Canonical drop the Unity desktop environment for Ubuntu favour of going back to GNOME
7 April 2017 at 4:54 pm UTC Likes: 3

I like the idea of new linux tech site, I hope you can make it more casual compared to phonorix .

I have mixed feeling about ubuntu dropping unity, altho unity7 has issues, I like the simplicity that it has.
The casual people that I showed Ubuntu most of the time like it more then other distro's because of the simplicity.

I hope Ubuntu 18.04 will keep the unity7/8 feeling. Imho it's important for ubuntu to keep its simplicity.

Mad Max meets Vulkan in a new fully public beta for Linux, benchmarks and OpenGL vs Vulkan comparisons
30 March 2017 at 8:15 pm UTC Likes: 8

I have tested this on my system:
This are the results for me with nvidia 760 card and driver 378.13
Hollow Point: 67,66FPS openGL - 118,41FPS vulkan + 75,01%
Stronghold : 30,91FPS openGL - 73,49FPS vulkan +137,75%
Hope, Glory : 70,43FPS openGL - 103,44FPS vulkan + 46,87%
Landmover : 89,35FPS openGL - 126,95FPS vulkan + 42,08%

So far the game seems stable for me.

Thanks you Feral!

What game are you truly thankful to have on Linux & SteamOS?
23 December 2016 at 12:36 pm UTC Likes: 2

Europa Universalis IV is my number 1 for Linux!

Interview with Timothee Besset, formerly of id Software, who helped port Rocket League to Linux
15 September 2016 at 5:11 pm UTC Likes: 2

Nice interview, I like to see more interviews like this

Europa Universalis IV: Mare Nostrum released
5 April 2016 at 9:01 pm UTC Likes: 1

I like what paradox is doing with this game, there is payed content with the DLCs, but there is also plenty of free content like the new provinces in Africa and the new naval combat system . The game gets more dept with every patch they bring to this game .
I will buy this DLC in the games republic store ofc

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