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The massive 0.5 release of Lutris is out with a revamped UI, GOG support and tons more
2 February 2019 at 11:44 pm UTC Likes: 6

I tried to install a Gog game with Lutris, works very well.
Lutris became a "must to have" for Linux gamers with this new major version.

The war of the PC stores is getting ugly, as Metro Exodus becomes a timed Epic Store exclusive
29 January 2019 at 2:44 pm UTC Likes: 1

This method works very well for Sony on Playstation.

The next version of Lutris will allow you to search for more games directly from the client
26 January 2019 at 7:57 pm UTC Likes: 1

massatt212how do you install the Beta on Arch ?

This is the method I use, in a terminal, type:
$ git clone https://github.com/lutris/lutris.git
$ cd lutris/bin
$ ./lutris

and for update, open a terminal:
$ cd lutris
$ git pull

The next version of Lutris will allow you to search for more games directly from the client
25 January 2019 at 11:16 am UTC

This last year I neglect my Playonlinux client for Lutris. Lutris evolves so quickly, so nice new features this last months. I ask myself if there is a big sponsor in the sliding door...Gog?

Another Steam Client Beta is out, adds the ability to force Steam Play
18 January 2019 at 4:12 pm UTC Likes: 3

For my point of view it doesn't matter if game is native, Winised, Protonised. And soon we could play cloud gaming too, playing game without to install it whatever the platform. The only thing matter: play game you want without to tweak it during hours.

Another Steam Client Beta is out, adds the ability to force Steam Play
18 January 2019 at 1:50 pm UTC Likes: 2

The so long awaited feature: install Windows games version instead of Linux native ones is here!!!
This issue on Github is a long long discussion to read, where a lot of users complains about games Linux ports that are not maintained anymore:
https://github.com/ValveSoftware/steam-for-linux/issues/5638
Native Linux games seems to get old badly.
Now we can even compare games performance between native port/Wine+DXVK.
And finally now you can choose the Proton version per game!
What I miss now is Media Player support to play games cinematics. Without them games are less immersive.

NVIDIA have put out the 410.93 driver for Linux today
4 January 2019 at 12:07 pm UTC Likes: 2

bidinou@legluondunet : you need to check "force compositing pipeline" in the nvidia-settings and save to xorg.conf.
Yes I know but why it is not activated by default? Windows users does not have this bug by default. Even if I activate "force compositing pipeline", the result is not very satisfying: the video now not playing fluid.

NVIDIA have put out the 410.93 driver for Linux today
4 January 2019 at 10:52 am UTC Likes: 2

Nvidia users have still video tearing on Linux...

The first beta for Lutris 0.5 is out with a refreshed UI and GOG support
27 December 2018 at 4:10 pm UTC Likes: 7

A must to to have for Linux gamers.

The fighting game Fantasy Strike just had a sweet update, taking another look
22 December 2018 at 9:20 pm UTC

Tested and approved:

- nice graphics and colors
- nice music
- nice and original fighters
- multiplayer (for linux too)
- Linux version and support: I asked for support on the Steam forum and the dev answered me quickly

We have not a lot of fighting games on Linux, but this one worth the price (11 € during winter sales).

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