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Game developer revokes a user's Steam key after negative review
20 October 2018 at 11:22 am UTC Likes: 4

Imagine if a Windows user says something bad about Windows 10 on Twitter or elsewhere and then Microsoft revokes his Windows 10 license.

Canonical have released some statistics from the Ubuntu installer survey
19 October 2018 at 7:14 am UTC

ThePierrasseWait I thought there was no 32-bit version of Ubuntu 18.04? Am I missing something? I guess they counted Lubuntu & other derivatives as well.
Lubuntu doesn't collect these statistics.

Today, Linux game porter Ethan Lee begins officially working on Steam Play's Proton
16 October 2018 at 12:10 pm UTC Likes: 7

M@GOidAlso, Left 4 Dead 1 still doesn't work for me.
But the whole Left 4 Dead 1 is included into Left 4 Dead 2.

Mark of the Ninja: Remastered is out on Steam with Linux support
10 October 2018 at 10:54 am UTC

I played the original game when it was new six years ago, but my HDD got broken before I finished it and I lost my save files. It's time to play again.

The Steam Play whitelist just had a large update including The Witness and Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
6 October 2018 at 4:36 pm UTC

Comandante ÑoñardoI just want to know what is the criteria used for to whitelist games...
and what is the criteria for to choose those specific games and not other games.
Probably just the favourite games of people who does Proton testing at Valve.

The Steam Play whitelist just had a large update including The Witness and Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
6 October 2018 at 12:50 pm UTC

DedaleWhat i wonder, and i suppose i am not alone, is to what degree they use the unofficial compatibility list in their work.
I think they don't use it at all.

The Linux market share on Steam is at a 14 month high as of September 2018
2 October 2018 at 3:06 pm UTC

PikoloI fully expect more states to start their national distro's as a cost saving measure, with business licenses for Windows increasing as a proportion of software licensing cost. This won't happen in the USA, but it might happen in Europe(France already provides Linux as one of the two OS's on parliamentary laptops) or in China/Saudi Arabia/Brazil.
I don't think deputies and bureaucrats are PC gamers and would evolve into Linux gamers if there was Linux on their computers at work.

Life is Strange 2 confirmed to be coming to Linux in 2019 from Feral Interactive
1 October 2018 at 12:10 pm UTC Likes: 2

rkfgLiS2 also has Denuvo so it's unlikely to work well if at all. Captain Spirit launches fine but crashes after a minute or so, it also has Denuvo and UE4.
Captain Spirit crashes with SteamPlay probably due to old Wine 3.7 in Proton. It works fine with the newest version of Wine.

Life is Strange 2 confirmed to be coming to Linux in 2019 from Feral Interactive
1 October 2018 at 11:42 am UTC

GoldpawI'm currently running Walking Dead perfectly there, and aren't these games built on more or less the same engine?
TWD is on its own engine, LIS2 is on UE4.

Battle Royale game Crazy Justice just had an update to the closed beta, we have keys to give away
29 September 2018 at 5:34 pm UTC

They should have made it a Goat Simulator Battle Royale instead of a generic Fortnite clone. Imagine 100 goats head-butting and licking each others like in Goat Simulator. I would play that.

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