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By Kereltis, July 30, 2014 0 ,

I was lucky this week in that I got a chance to take a hands-on look at the Zareason Zeto. Zareason have been shipping quality Linux rigs since 2007. They concentrate mostly on the R&D side so that they are able to guarantee their customers the highest quality systems. Unlike other Linux PC builders, Zareason are extremely versatile when it comes to Linux.

By RootGamer, July 30, 2014 0 Desura, NeonXSZ, News, Steam

In NeonXSZ (pronounced Neon Excesses) you are injected into cyberspace to stake your place in a war of virus versus machine. During your journey you will fly dozens of spaceships with hundreds of upgrades allowing you to create totally unique spacecraft with which to wage war.

By RootGamer, July 30, 2014 0 News, Unity3D, Verdun

You remember Verdun, the WW1 shooter which impressed us with a realistic gameplay experience. Or you might recall the Interview with Verdun developers. Verdun strives on authenticity and being historical accurate, thanks to great attention to detail of both M2H Game Studio and Blackmill Games.

By Kereltis, July 25, 2014 0 Game, News, The Journey Down

One the most long awaited sequels in Rasta gaming history is finally on its way, “The Journey Down – Chapter Two” pre-order now available! About Half of all pre-order revenues go to the Mavuno girl’s school project. I worked with these guys in Tanzania in 2008 and they’re doing a really great job there! The Journey Down – Chapter One was one of the first… Read More »

By Ultimoore, July 25, 2014 0 Age of Wonders III, News

What has been the main goal? Hey Linux Gamers, Today Lennart Sas from the Age of Wonders 3 Dev team posted on the teams Dev Blog an update on the porting progress of not only their game AoW3, but also the game’s engine to maybe bring future titles to Linux and Mac. Here Lennart states about the process the team took. Lennart Shortly after the… Read More »

By RootGamer, July 24, 2014 3 Discount, gogonlinux, News

GOG.com had planned to introduce Linux support to its catalog. Now GoG.com released a small batch of Linux compatible games.

By RootGamer, July 24, 2014 1 News, VolksPC

Many desktop distributions such as Debian are already available for ARM and x86. But Debian ARM does not support YouTube playback and because of a lack of drivers, HD video playback is just not possible. Android, on the other hand, does this very well and also has many applications not available on Debian.

By RootGamer, July 24, 2014 0 Development, Dungeon Defenders, News

Trendy announced today it will release a version of Dungeon Defenders Eternity featuring the same visuals and gameplay as the native desktop version, but available on the Web at near native speeds. Later today, the full game will be available to buy on Steam.

By RootGamer, July 24, 2014 0 News, Steam, Steam Machine, SteamOS

With every new prototype or leaked news, the ‘Steam controller‘ seems to become more traditional. The uncovered image shows similarities with current devices and looks less alien compared to previous screenshots.

By Kereltis, July 20, 2014 0 Hardware, News, Zareason

About Distribution: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS CPU: i3 4130 3.4 GHz 4 Core Memory: 8 GB DDR3-1600 Hard Drive: 1 TB SSHD (Hybrid HD+SSD Cache) Optical Drive: CD/DVD RW Video Card Zeto: Nvidia GTX 760 Networking: Dual Ethernat + Intel Centrino Ultimate-N PSU: 500w 80Plus Gold Lights: Blue Bluetooth: (included) I was lucky this week in that I got a chance to take a hands-on look… Read More »

By Ultimoore, July 11, 2014 1 Darksiders, News

SAY WHAAAAAT!? Yes, you heard it here folks. At 10:57 EST THQ posted a screenshot of their running port of Darksiders on Linux. This is the THQ post on the Twitter-verse. @THQ @darksiders OMG I LOVE YOU GUYS!!! — Sandy Nitram (@Ultimegus) July 11, 2014 Later Leszek Godlewski tweeted saying that it is Nordic Games working on the port of Darksiders. Now Leszek is one… Read More »

By Ultimoore, July 6, 2014 0 News, ProjectCARS

SAY WHAT?! I know, right? Can you believe that Bandai Namco Europe has announced a worldwide distribution agreement with UK developer Slightly Mad Studios for Project CARS?! The crowd-funded racing game is already going to put SteamOS and Linux for a test drive. The game is already set for 4k capabilities which I for one want to get my paws on this game. But will… Read More »

By Ultimoore, July 6, 2014 0 Edge Of Eternity, News

Why is this great news? This is a very interesting title and, dare I say it? ( DARE, DARE) This could be a quality style JRPG that Linux RPG’ers can look forward to. It has almost been a year since they cancelled their first campaign for Edge of Eternity. But the team of 4 (1 Programmer, 2 Artists and 1 Composer) has grown so much… Read More »

By RootGamer, July 4, 2014 0 Civilization: Beyond Earth, News

Publisher 2K Games announced today that Sid Meier‘s Civilization: Beyond Earth is expected 24th October at your local retailer. The game will appear on Windows platform first. In previous announcements 2K announced support for both OS X and Linux. When the Linux version will appear, is yet unknown.

By Kereltis, July 1, 2014 0 Dota 2, News

Dota 2 Compendium owners got a whole host of goodies with the release of the “Overflowing Compendium” patch! About Those of you whose Compendiums have reached Level 4, you’ve probably already seen the blue-feathered, Lieutenant Squawkins. Now Compendium owners who reach Level 24 will also gain access to a green-feathered Row Boat style. To add  to this, when your Compendium reaches Level 41, you’ll be… Read More »