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Key reseller G2A is back in the spotlight again, as a petition is up to ask them to stop selling indie games
8 July 2019 at 5:07 pm UTC Likes: 2

chancho_zombie
Eike
LibertyPaulMG2A (and other grey market sites) are not the problem, they are a symptom.

A symptom of what?

The problem of bundles?
The problem of the possibility to resell keys?

The problem of people being greedy?

maybe a symptom of credit card leaks and dark net markets?. I fear this type of things are only getting worse.

that's why I live paranoid I pay everything in cash that I can and use a vanilla one time master cards for buying anything thing on Newegg and Amazon and get steam cards for steam I don't even have checking account just saving account or debit card and I make it where I have to go in person to pull money out the bank.

NVIDIA have announced their new "GeForce RTX SUPER Series" lineup
2 July 2019 at 8:52 pm UTC

Shmerl
EMO GANGSTERdo the higher AMD cards work better with DirectX to Vulkan then Nvidia cards in steam play

Do you mean general performance or bugs? Not sure about bugs, but AMD actually often beats comparable Nvidia cards in Wine+dxvk case.


the performance, thanks for the info, see I made windows host pc to play games I can't play on Linux through steam play and I wanted to get a new card for the main system and move 1060 to host pc I connect to though steam streaming and want to find the best card for the money that works best with my Linux system.

NVIDIA have announced their new "GeForce RTX SUPER Series" lineup
2 July 2019 at 8:07 pm UTC

do the higher AMD cards work better with DirectX to Vulkan then Nvidia cards in steam play

DragonRuby Game Toolkit, a cross-platform way to make games with Ruby
19 April 2019 at 11:55 pm UTC

ruby really wow been awhile, think one of older RPG makers used this.

Unity 2019.1 is out, finally moving the Linux editor from Experimental into Preview
16 April 2019 at 2:53 pm UTC Likes: 1

2fastHunterI switched from evaluating Unity to Godot. It is a shame, that such a design- and developmenttool is not able to scale its GUI correctly with the monitors resolution. On a 4k monitor, it was/is a pain to use the Unity editor.


Yeah, bugs and the GUI scaling made me shelf a project hopeful they fixed it. With that said, has Godot got a lot better it seemed very limited over 5 years ago when I played around with it.

Valve have confirmed Linux support for their Valve Index VR headset, pre-orders on May 1st
6 April 2019 at 2:35 pm UTC Likes: 2

hopefully, this will be more affordable then Vive

Aspyr Media confirm the free "Ultra HD" DLC for Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel is coming to Linux
4 April 2019 at 4:59 pm UTC Likes: 1

BielFPs
EMO GANGSTERbut at least only 6 months rather than a year.

Either way, since the Steam Machines hype is gone, I really doubt they will spent in another port for linux.

yeah I just wait for 6 months an see if works in proton

Aspyr Media confirm the free "Ultra HD" DLC for Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel is coming to Linux
4 April 2019 at 4:51 pm UTC Likes: 15

BielFPsNice news. Unfortunately since Borderlands 3 will be Epic Store exclusive, I have almost no hope about having a linux version (with is bad since I'm a big fan of the Borderlands series)

But still, It's nice to see they ported the remastered version too (could be because Valve's contract forbidden to release exclusive content of a game out of steam, or because it was cheap to port the remastered version since they already had one).

yeah, but at least only 6 months rather than a year but the exclusive shits getting old and an epic client is trash.

Steam Play was updated again with Proton 4.2-2
4 April 2019 at 4:44 pm UTC Likes: 2

holy shit this fixed the Audio sink problems in final fantasy xiv dx 11 version this was last game I used my windows partition for and the frame in it are close to windows os, think I'll test it over next few days but I may be able to say goodbye windows forever

Valve making steps to address 'off-topic review bombs' on Steam
16 March 2019 at 1:11 am UTC

this is needed to stop review bombing that may have clients standoff from putting their games on steam

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