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Feral Interactive are asking what you want ported to Linux again
15 January 2020 at 10:16 am UTC Likes: 1

Indeed it does, but still, as stated many, many times on those forums, a native port is far better to ensure future stability.

Feral Interactive are asking what you want ported to Linux again
14 January 2020 at 10:29 am UTC

1-Noita
2-CyberPunk 2077
3-Borderlands 3

Bonus, in that approximate order :
Iratus: Lord of the dead
Bloodstained: Ritual of the night
Hellblade: Senua's sacrifice
Doom Eternal
Control
Children of morta
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Diablo IV
VtM: Bloodlines 2
Dark souls remastered
Skyrim
GTA V
Void bastards

A French court has ruled that Valve should allow people to re-sell their digital games
20 September 2019 at 8:19 am UTC Likes: 5

For a website promoting Linux, and hence the freedom it brings, I'm ASTONISHED by the very, very narrow views some of the commenters are trying to explain here.

A law will give the consumer more liberty, and you see that as bad?!

Please.

Also, for those who keep repeating 'stores should drop the French market', you first need to understand how the EU market works.
Scratch that, those of you talking about how X could affect Y should first take a deep breath, then learn how a free market work compared to one with monopolies (which you are promoting).

I still can't believe we are seeing those type of comments on a Linux website!

Card-based RPG 'SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech' is out with Linux support
1 June 2019 at 6:15 am UTC

I couldn't resist!

So far the game is like all other SteamWorld games ; enticing!

However I can see some very minor graphical glitches with mesa 18.3.4 and a Vega 64. Nothing major really, only some bushes here and there that flickers while walking.

Minecraft just had a seriously huge update named Village & Pillage
24 April 2019 at 6:20 am UTC

Well, Terraria is still lightyears ahead on all fronts (except the 2d/3d of course ;P).

You can now easily run the Epic Store on Linux with Lutris, Epic suggests applying for a grant
18 April 2019 at 6:52 pm UTC

Well, The epic store does not like the Vega 64 which is deemed to not meet the 'minimum system requirements'
Also, using the latest stable mesa is not latest enough it seems (https://i.imgur.com/PDrV5QI.png).

Epic store --> to the trash can (for now).
Call me when Epic will use its billions correctly by creating a native client, instead of buying exclusives.

The Rise of the Giant "free DLC" for Dead Cells is out and it's fantastic as expected
18 April 2019 at 6:19 pm UTC Likes: 1

oliver-
AciDI experience the same thing as Liam ; the Steam Controller is just not recognized, and you need to rely on SC-Controller to be able to use it.
The game is very, very good, so I'll give it a 98/100 for :
- not having the steam controller work out of the box
- not fixing the problem which has been reported since the beginning of time
I am waiting for so long to play this game, but I am starting to think that steam controller support will never come for this game (on linux). That is why I am willing to try out sc-controller.
- How do i use it?
- Does it in any why interfere with the normal steam-controller detection and usage in/by steam itself?

I am a bit afraid that installing sc-controller kind of overwrites some settings which prevent me to use the controller without it from that moment on...

Don't be; nothing bad will happen if you install sc-controller

The thing is, if you want SC Controller to get a handle of your steam controller, then just launch it _before_ launching steam, then you'll be able to use whichever profile you set into SC controller.
If you want steam to use the steam controller as before, just disable the `scc` deamon via SC Controller (or just close it from your DE), then restart steam.

Valve released a stable Steam Client update yesterday, some nice fixes in for Linux and Steam Play
18 April 2019 at 6:11 pm UTC Likes: 4

scaine
QuoteWhat would you like to see improved next in the Steam Client?

I doubt it'll ever happen, but it would nice if Steam could be wrapped with proper window decorations. I use right-click on menu-bar to lower windows (send them to the back) and of course, since Steam uses it's own decorations, that doesn't work. Small issue, but annoying.

In the mean time, you can use Alt+F3 under kde to access the window properties/actions, even without any 'proper window decorations'.
Yep, KDE is just great in all those small details ;)

The Rise of the Giant "free DLC" for Dead Cells is out and it's fantastic as expected
29 March 2019 at 1:38 am UTC Likes: 5

I experience the same thing as Liam ; the Steam Controller is just not recognized, and you need to rely on SC-Controller to be able to use it.
The game is very, very good, so I'll give it a 98/100 for :
- not having the steam controller work out of the box
- not fixing the problem which has been reported since the beginning of time

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