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8-player mayhem is coming with 'Aeolis Tournament' successfully funded and on the way to Linux
14 February 2020 at 4:25 pm UTC

OH awesome!

I've had so much fun with my girlfriend playing Mario Party locally, this sounds like something for me :D

Feral Interactive are asking what you want ported to Linux again
13 January 2020 at 11:49 pm UTC

Street Fighter V (Borked in Steam Play)
Cyberpunk 2077
Doom Eternal

Planetary Annihilation: TITANS has a big update available with major Linux issues (updated)
7 October 2019 at 11:30 am UTC Likes: 8

I can't help myself but expect "Planetary Annihilation: TITANS drops linux support" soon xD

The former Paradox Interactive CEO thinks "platform holders" 30% cut is "outrageous"
2 July 2019 at 9:11 am UTC Likes: 10

Lol, outrageous... it's not as if anyone was forcing developers to publish on their platform xD

Steam is invaluable because of the recognition and discoverability in addition to all the services they offer for that cut. It's worth well over 30% IMO, if they wouldn't publish on Steam they would need to compensate the cut with price of server hosting, harder cross-platform support and promotion, which are IMO much more expensive than 30% of the revenue.

A look over the ProtonDB reports for June 2019, over 5.5K games reported to work with Steam Play
1 July 2019 at 6:22 pm UTC

Quoting: linuxcityas for people not coming to linux alot of that has to do with people just not wanting to format or change anything they have.they just don't want to come over.i have come across alot of people like that.

That's one big reason, second one is just the amount of third party software support that you get with massively used platform. People tend to stick to the platform they get most support on.

NVIDIA released the 415.22.01 Vulkan driver
16 December 2018 at 11:15 am UTC

Quoting: serge
Quoting: anarchist_tomatoHave they fixed the tearing yet?

Set ForceFullCompositionPipeline in your Xorg.conf and no more tearing for you.

And no more performance for you either

An interview with the developer of DXVK, part of what makes Valve's Steam Play tick
11 September 2018 at 6:18 pm UTC Likes: 6

A hero we need but don't deserve :D

Third-person shooter Crazy Justice finally has a new trailer, possible release next week
12 June 2018 at 1:24 pm UTC

Quoting: ZlopezJust a little offtopic, Liam.
How many games presented on E3 will have linux version?

Let's see:

Microsoft announced: Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, Kingdom hearts III, Sekiro, Cyberpunk 2077, Jumpforce, Battletoads, Just Cause 4, Devil may cry 5, Ori, Cuphead sequel, Life is strange sequel, We happy few...

Ubisoft: AC Odyssey, Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Beyond good and evil 2

Bethesda: Wolfenstein Youngblood, Doom Eternal, Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 76

Out of those only We happy few is confirmed to be coming to linux, other are very likely not to come...

Get the second mission in HITMAN completely free to keep right now
21 March 2018 at 8:43 pm UTC Likes: 1

Quoting: AkienNice! For those like me who can't seem able to add it to their library due to already owning Episode 1 - Paris after getting the similar free Winter holiday pack, here's a workaround:

Go to and click the "Free" button, and let it open the steam:// URI in your Steam client. That worked for me to add it as an owned DLC.

Now I should actually take time to play those two episodes and buy the rest from the Feral store :D

Thank you man! :D

Windows 10 S might alarm Valve into boosting SteamOS again
5 February 2018 at 12:58 pm UTC Likes: 4

Quoting: GuestYawn. Propaganda. Windows 10 S is to compete against Chromebook. Simple as that. As the article notes, 10 S can be easily unlocked for free to 10 Home which functions as normal.

If MS (or Apple with it's Mac App Store for that matter) tried to lock down Windows to their store only, across the entire range, they'd be sued before they could say "antitrust".

The real interest with SteamOS from publishers, was Steam Machines. They were interested in a console market without the interference and high cost that you get on MS/Sony/Nintendo's console systems, and they initially thought porting the Windows version of titles would be "easy". They were put off by the nonavailability of the hardware, and relatively poor 3D performance.

Windows 10 S is almost outdated, MS is already planning the "Windows Core OS" that is supposed to replace x32_64 with UWP architecture and their Store would be the only place to get sofrware from.