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Valve just put out another (smaller) Steam Play beta version
18 October 2018 at 8:58 am UTC

The issue with games using .NET launchers not starting isn't solved yet, is it?

Cities: Skylines - Industries expansion announced, releasing October 23rd
11 October 2018 at 8:06 pm UTC

MaelraneCan all of the dlcs be enabled in one game?
Yes. Slight exception might be Snowfall, because you can only play in always winter mode or no winter at all. Other stuff like trams from that DLC is available everywhere, though.

Valve have released a new Steam Beta Client with a richer Discord-like chat interface
12 June 2018 at 10:31 pm UTC

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toorI'm subscribed to the beta, but no update available
It didn't tell me that I had an update available. I had to just restart steam, which got it to update without telling be that there was an update
I've done that. And then unsubscribed from the beta and subscribed again. That didn't solve it.
You could try to manually check for an update while opted-in to the beta: Steam->Check for client updates in the top left. At least that did it for me.

The Linux Dev Lead at Feral Interactive is moving onto something new
17 May 2018 at 10:55 pm UTC Likes: 2

Very good article, Liam. Love the short interview!

Campo Santo, developer of Firewatch has joined Valve
22 April 2018 at 4:08 pm UTC Likes: 7

Doc Angelo
MaelraneSteam itself is DRM.

Albeit it's the only one I accept and can live with, it is, per definition, DRM.

I don't think so. But maybe we have different definitions of what DRM means.

The Steam client is the very same as GOG Galaxy or the GOG website. You can buy and download games. Valve has their own DRM implementation (part of Steamworks), but it's completely optional. As a developer or publisher, you don't have to use the DRM tools provided by Steam, or your own DRM. You can just not use any DRM and still have your game on Steam.

http://steam.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_DRM-free_games

Don't even try to argue with fanatics, it won't lead anywhere.

Feral Interactive to show off Rise of the Tomb Raider on Linux next week live on Twitch
6 April 2018 at 11:11 am UTC

The predecessor wasn't that good imo, just mediocre and way overhyped. Played more like an interactive movie with annoying QTE's here and there. Forseeable story, crafting, hunting mechanics (that were never used again after the first 30mins of the game), skilling and exploring were rather meh.
But I'm still going to buy the game and support Feral, though.

Zombasite - Orc Schism, the expansion to the action RPG is out adding more content
21 March 2018 at 1:22 pm UTC

PatolaI recently bought their first one, "Depths of Peril" on GOG (for some reason the linux version is not on Steam)
The Linux version of Depths of Peril is on Steam, though.

Stellaris: Apocalypse is due soon & there's a new overview video up, also a note about Linux sales
15 February 2018 at 6:02 pm UTC Likes: 6

Alm888Sorry, Paradox, but DRM-free or it didn't happen. I won't give Valve a cent.
Paradox have their own store selling keys. Steam keys though, but Valve doesn't get a cut there.
Whatever your reasons are to boycot Valve

Edit: Paradox games are DRM free, see here.

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