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PULSAR: Lost Colony, the starship crew sim is closing in on release
9 January 2019 at 12:31 am UTC

TheSHEEEPWhile I don't care in the slightest about the VR gimmick, I agree with @Fictionbrain that the port is at the very least incomplete. If they plan to add that support to their Linux version (if possible with their engine & libs), given that they are still in early access, then I don't see much of a problem with it for the moment, though.

Gimmick? it's absurd say that, its the same as say a monitor is gimmick. It's just other way to display the game but 10 times more inmersive than a monitor.

MXGP3 - The Official Motocross Videogame has been released for Linux
22 November 2018 at 6:55 pm UTC Likes: 4

Virtual Programming is still a thing!

First-person dungeon crawler 'Delver' now has an open source engine and editor
18 November 2018 at 12:31 pm UTC Likes: 4

Last year i started a personal project very similar to that game i did the editor and engine on XNA.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtCrLgMsbTk

I abadoned it time ago.. i want retake it but i never find the time.

Reports: Valve making their own VR HMD and apparently a new VR Half-Life
12 November 2018 at 1:52 pm UTC

TheSHEEEP
bubexelVR and AR is the future of gaming.
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Same laughings 25 years ago when i was saying 3D was the future of gaming.

Just check the history of Sega and Sony, one tought the future was 3D gaming and other not... guess who won.

Seems John Carmack saw 3D was the future and now is VR. Like or hate it, but its the future.

Reports: Valve making their own VR HMD and apparently a new VR Half-Life
12 November 2018 at 8:30 am UTC

TheRiddickIf their going to continue down this VR path I hope they at least have the commonsense to go large FOV like 150 or more.

VR is still pretty expensive, people must first afford the PC capable of doing VR at decent framerates, most VR enthusiasts consider the 1080ti as a base minimal.. so it could be a very long time before VR picks up.

If PC hardware and LCD tech didn't jump in price over the past couple years then things would be smooth sailing. It's ironic now that CONSOLES are the savior of VR moving forward with PS5, I don't think MS want VR.

Check for Microsoft Mixed Reality.

VR and AR is the future of gaming. I remember when appeared the flat monitors that people was saying that never was going to work for gaming... there is no one with CRT monitors nowdays. Technology evolve and solve the problems, those high prices, resolution, weight, etc... will be solve with next years as in other kind of technology. About motion sickness, seems no one remember the first FPS games that was making motion sickness like doom , etc... But nowdays nobody get motion sickness because your brain is used to it. If you play some days in a row with VR you wont get motion sickness anymore. I understand those people that can not afford that technology and they want autoconvince that it wont be the future. But the reality is that in 10 years all of you will be talking about with hmd you bought like now you do about wich video card you or monitor you get.

Unreal Engine 4.21 is out, now defaults to the Vulkan API on Linux
7 November 2018 at 6:43 pm UTC Likes: 3

Thats the battle eye on linux

[ 19:41:35,601 ] BattlEye: "Initialized (v1.243)"

Three of my games are using it Ark, Tibia and Arma.

BattleEye didn't had a linux version but Ark forced them to release it. Since then we have it. I doubt it's an economic problem for Epic to release a linux version.

The free FPS 'Urban Terror: Resurgence' now has some updated footage
6 November 2018 at 2:55 pm UTC

I remember i started play this ut as a quake 3 mod, looooooong time ago. Then i played time to time when they released as stand alone. I loved the way to move, that quakish skilled movement style.

Valve have pushed out another Steam Play update with the 3.16-4 beta including corefonts support
1 November 2018 at 12:36 am UTC Likes: 9

Shmerl
Scoopta
loggeHaha, now Nvidia gets their parts of being closed-source only! What a day!
I'm not sure what exactly you were trying to say but it sounds sort of like a dig on Nvidia yet you have an nvidia card?

Nvidia cards are reported as AMD cards now, so Nvidia usage will plummet in Steam stats. Thanks to Nvidia pushing their lock-in APIs.

I don't think so, Steam stats reports comes from steam client not from games running on proton.

A statement from HOF Studios about the Depth of Extinction Steam key removal, plus thoughts
21 October 2018 at 5:03 pm UTC Likes: 4

Yes, ppl should know that world is full of haters, and they will hate you and your game. Doesn't matter what you do, its a fact. The best way is just to ignore those haters.

Embrace, extend, and protect? Microsoft joins the Open Invention Network to 'protect Linux and open source'
10 October 2018 at 6:59 pm UTC

As im telling from long time ago.. next big new windows for servers will be based on Linux. Anyone bet?

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