Tagged:  fps

By Kereltis, March 23, 2016 0 News, Verdun

Massive New Expansion Released For Verdun Verdun, the epic WWI multiplayer FPS just got even better! Ah- Tally-ho, Yippity-Dap and Zing-Zang Spillip! Looking forward to bullying off for the final chucker? Official Press Release Below: ALKMAAR, THE NETHERLANDS – March 23, 2016 – The developers M2H and Blackmill Games have just released a free expansion for the WW1 FPS Verdun. This update will vastly enrich the… Read More »

By Kereltis, December 11, 2014 0 Amd Ati, News

AMD Catalyst™ OMEGA Proprietary Linux Graphics Driver Release Notes  This release note provides information on the latest posting of AMD’s Proprietary Linux Graphics Driver. This particular driver updates the Software version to 14.501.1003 The AMD Linux release notes provide information on the following: AMD Product Compatibility Linux Distributions Supported System Requirements System Recommendations New Features Resolved Issues AMD Product Compatibility: The AMD Catalyst Proprietary Linux… Read More »

By Kereltis, November 6, 2014 1 Game, News, War Thunder

No more World of Tanks running sub par in WINE for me, War Thunder here I come! About We’re happy to announce today that War Thunder is now available for Linux users. War Thunder is a next generation MMO combat game involving WWII and Korean War era, military aviation, armoured vehicles, and fleets. It is one I’ve been waiting for and really looking looking forward to… Read More »

By Kereltis, September 30, 2014 0 Borderlands 2, Game, News

Feel free to purchase a copy of “Borderlands 2” as it’s 75% and now fully available on Linux! About You read it correctly, Borderlands 2 is now downloading on Linux. I know some of you were a bit disappointed a couple of weeks back when it appeared in your libraries but wouldn’t install. Well, now it’s installing and fully released so start your Steam clients… Read More »

By Ultimoore, September 19, 2014 0 Chrome Engine 6

Always the optimist Well Techland sent out the emails in regards to Dying Light and Hellraid on the subject of if there are plans to bring the two Chrome Engine 6 games to SteamOS / Linux. Well I got my response back as did all of you who posted on both games “Linux support threads” on Steam. Krzysztof Janicki was nice enough to send back… Read More »

By Kereltis, August 25, 2014 0 Natural Selection 2, News

“Natural Selection 2”, a game with huge potential that has been plagued with bugs since its Linux release has received a sizeable update! About Natural Selection 2 Build 268 is now live on Steam! Although it has only been a couple weeks since the release of Build 267, we bring you this new build full of exciting changes and fixes! Build 268 at its core… Read More »

By RootGamer, August 6, 2014 0 Download, News, Unvanquished

The open-source shooter ‘Unvanquished’ keeps improving. The community is very much alive and the projects development is a all time high(?). Latest Unvanquished v0.30 got released, introducing all kinds of improvements and new candy to enjoy.

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, June 1, 2014 0 Game, Metro Last Light, News

Now is your chance because you’re not going to get a better deal than $9.99, prepare for Redux by getting “Metro Last Light Complete Edition” today! About It Is the Year 2034. Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, in the tunnels of the Metro, the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside – and within. Mutants stalk the catacombs beneath the desolate… Read More »

By Kereltis, May 24, 2014 0 News

You read it correctly folks, on this Saturday’s Linux Gamecast Weekly, Rootgamer’s very own Sandy Martin aka Ultimoore will be guest hosting! About Is +Sandy Martin  drift compatible /w Gipsy Danger Cocaine Voltron? We shall find out Saturday LIVE on Linux GameCast WEEKLY ~ Venn Stone To translate what Venn Stone was actually saying in plain English, “If you want to find out what it’s… Read More »

By Kereltis, April 2, 2014 0 News, Team Fortress 2

Fixes and improvement galore for “Team Fortress 2” on Linux! Features An update to Team Fortress 2 has been released. The update will be applied automatically when you restart Team Fortress 2. The major changes include: Improved the Backpack UI Added page buttons for all pages Removed prev/next buttons Updated the drag/drop behavior to interact with the page buttons Strange quality items can now be… Read More »

By Ultimoore, February 22, 2014 0 Interstellar Marines

Well Linux gamers Phyrefli from the PR team at Zero Point Software spoke today to let Linux gamers know what is going on with this Kickstarted title and how far along the Linux Client is. Still no offical solid date but he says that it will be early this year. Absolutely. We’ve mentioned this a few times in this thread, we’re planning on releasing a… Read More »

By Ultimoore, February 16, 2014 0 Demo, Paragon Evolved

For anyone who has not been following this game.Paragon Evolved is a fast-paced sci-fi FPS which combines the speed and intensity of older shooters with the tactics and strategy of modern ones. Immerse yourself in a challenging story-driven campaign mode, or simply enter the wave-based combat mode to quickly enter a pitched firefight against intelligent AI! game features CUSTOMIZE YOUR ARSENAL Radically change the effect… Read More »

By RootGamer, January 29, 2014 3 Duke Nukem 3D, News, Steam

Publisher Devolver Digital does the Megaton Edition of Duke Nukem 3D Sale and announced at the same time that the now classic shooter multiplayer and co-op cross-platform playable on Windows , OS X and Linux . Up to eight players can join. Exactly eighteen years after the original release of ‘Duke Nukem 3D’ appeared on the market, the new publisher Devolver Digital updates the classic… Read More »

By Kereltis, January 7, 2014 1 News, Nuclear Dawn

For all of you who have been tracking Nuclear Dawn. Well This Saturday Cheeseness from SteamLUG and Nicholas Hastings from Interwave will be hosting a Bug hunting event on Steam. I will most certainly be there as I always enjoy playing with fellow Linux gamers. Cheese posted this on the SteamLUG event board: SteamLUG Nuclear Dawn Bughunt 11 JAN @ 3:00PM (Eastern Standard Time Zone)… Read More »