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Google reveal more games with the latest Stadia Connect, including Cyberpunk 2077
19 August 2019 at 7:49 pm UTC

This raises more questions for me. Let's say I already own a copy of Elder Scrolls Online. Can I just log into Stadia and start playing, or will it require a separate copy? Also, if I buy Cyberpunk 2077 on Stadia, will that also give me access to a downloadable copy through GOG or some other store?

The slick atmospheric racing platformer 'Distance' just had another free update with new levels
8 June 2019 at 5:09 pm UTC Likes: 2

I love this game. The atmosphere and music make me want to zone out. Of course, that eventually leads to me crashing, but still.

Confessing my continued love of the Steam Controller, a few years after release
8 June 2019 at 3:54 pm UTC

I started packing to move and now can't find mine! I'm going through serious withdrawal right now.

Some thoughts on SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, the deck-builder from Image & Form Games
6 June 2019 at 7:08 pm UTC Likes: 1

I love Steamworld games! I'll definitely pick this one up.

Psyonix, creator of Rocket League is joining Epic Games (updated)
4 May 2019 at 1:50 pm UTC

This ultimately speaks to a larger problem with gaming. If Rocket League were DRM-free and allowed people to create their own servers, it wouldn't matter if it left Steam. People could create and host their own leagues. If the game stops selling on Steam and complete functionality (connection to the network) is not maintained, it raises the question: Did we ever actually fully own the game in the first place?

SuperTuxKart has a new release candidate out for 0.10 with online support
5 April 2019 at 4:31 pm UTC

I see quite a few new mascots I don't recognize. Is there a cheat sheet for them?

A quick look over ProtonDB reports for Steam Play in March 2019
1 April 2019 at 4:01 pm UTC

I finally got Mutant Football League working flawlessly with the latest update. I'm pretty happy about that.

No Man's Sky runs very nicely on Linux with Steam Play, huge online feature update and VR support coming
26 March 2019 at 4:03 pm UTC Likes: 1

I have this game and actually had it working in Wine even before SteamPlay. It's not without its issues, even on Windows, but it's worth picking up on sale. They've made so many significant updates that it almost seems like a different game than the original release.

The Linux beta of X4: Foundations has been running nicely, a new update is now out
18 March 2019 at 10:54 pm UTC

aristorias
melkemind
aristoriasIt is a great game and runs flawlessly on an R7 2700 with Vega 56 (radv) and Ultra settings.
It deserves way better reviews than it actually gets.

Do you mind defining "flawlessly" for me?

It runs smooth as butter without any stuttering or issues. I have constant high framerates except rarely a little on the map when too much is going on. And there's nothing negative that could be traced back to the linux port. If there is an issue it's probably rather the game itself.

So pretty much like that:

adverb: flawlessly

in a manner free from imperfections or defects; perfectly.
"the system works flawlessly"

I appreciate the dictionary definition at the end. lol I just know some people's idea of "flawlessly" means a steady 30 fps (i.e. Ubisoft "Cinematic" speed), which would not be mine. I was just curious about specifics. I'll definitely check this game out. I liked the previous ones.

The Linux beta of X4: Foundations has been running nicely, a new update is now out
18 March 2019 at 9:30 pm UTC

aristoriasIt is a great game and runs flawlessly on an R7 2700 with Vega 56 (radv) and Ultra settings.
It deserves way better reviews than it actually gets.

Do you mind defining "flawlessly" for me?

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