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Metro Exodus from 4A and Deep Silver has officially released for Linux
14 April 2021 at 4:33 pm UTC

Wow, really kind gesture from that reader!... I would love to participate in that giveaway. Please, count me in!

My Steam id is in my profile


Clever and challenging puzzle-fighter Aloof is out now, we have a few keys to give away
29 March 2021 at 3:07 pm UTC

Hey, this seems to be quite a lovely game indeed. Please, count me in for a chance of a key!

Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs go open source
23 September 2020 at 4:43 pm UTC Likes: 4

They also released the first Penumbra game as open source ( )... I hope they do the same with the other two (Penumbra: Black Plague and Penumbra Requiem).

Vulnerability found in GRUB2 bootloader, nicknamed ‘BootHole’, compromising Secure Boot
29 July 2020 at 9:21 pm UTC Likes: 3

I think this article is totally justified just because of the name of the vulnerability!

Keep 'em coming!

Metro Exodus to get a release date for Linux "soon" say 4A Games
28 February 2020 at 5:11 pm UTC Likes: 2

I have to admit I've been boiling with hate over the past year with Metro Exodus' exclusivity crap and I yelled to the seven seas that I'd never buy/play Metro Exodus... That was before they announced it's coming to Linux... Probably the most unexpected piece of Linux news this year for me.

I still hate the exclusivity crap they threw last year to the gaming community, but the native Linux support is certainly a very nice pullback. I guess I'll balance my disapproval/approval with buying this game, but only when there's a considerable sale. I'll support them, but they don't deserve my 100% support.

Hello Games continue fixing up Linux issues for No Man's Sky in Steam Play
16 September 2019 at 10:23 pm UTC

I have to say that even when I'm still not sold on the idea of developers relying on Steam Play to cover Linux support, I still appreciate when a developer takes time and resources to at least make that option a good one.

Maybe is not what I really expect from a developer, but I guess is a fair compromise in some cases. Kudos to them.

Unity have changed their terms of service, which has essentially blocked SpatialOS and streaming services
10 January 2019 at 4:35 pm UTC Likes: 1

Godot is the future! (and for that matter, all other REAL open source game engines)

Epic Games have confirmed a Linux version of their store is not on the roadmap
30 December 2018 at 4:13 pm UTC Likes: 3

Moments like these make me really wish for a crazy developer who publishes a Linux exclusive high-ish profile game!... But sadly, that's VERY unlikely to happen... Although, who knows... I'm starting to learn Godot, maybe I'll be the one who does it in a few years, ;)

GOG are giving away SOMA, act fast to secure your copy of this great Linux game
28 December 2018 at 6:00 pm UTC Likes: 3

I bought the Penumbra series back in 2016 and right after the Half-Life and Portal series, Penumbra, Amnesia and everything Frictional releases is pure gold. A great mix of storytlling, survival horror and puzzle solving, all very well balanced... and best of all, all support Linux natively. Frictional so far deserves all the support!

Feral Interactive are asking you to send the game port suggestions again
13 November 2018 at 7:35 pm UTC Likes: 2

My top 5:

1.- Metro Exodus.
2.- Dying Light 2.
3.- Green Hell.
4.- Generation Zero.
5.- Atomic Heart.