Tagged:  linux

By RootGamer, December 12, 2014 0 News, Oculus Rift

The creaters of virtual reality headsets Oculus has taken over former developers of Kinect, who worked on the observation of hand movements with the Oculus Rift. Oculus has also acquired a company that specializes in the sketches of 3D models.

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 27, 2014 0 Hardware, News, Zareason

Planning on buying a new rig this holiday season? ZaReason’s got you covered! About A while back we reviewed the ZaReason Zeto Linux powered PC. It was a joy to use and we were pretty surprised and very happy with its performance, you can find the review HERE. If you are still in the market for a shiny new, awesomely cool piece of hardware this… Read More »

By Kereltis, November 15, 2014 0 Game, News, This War of Mine

Another very interesting and different title just released on Steam for Linux, experience war from the other side in “This War of Mine”! About We might not yet have all the triple A titles or MMORPGS we’d like but where Linux gaming is coming into its own is in the Indie world. Over the past year we have seen the release of some very interesting… 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 30, 2014 0 Pier solar hd

Wooo! I love JRPG’s and well regular RPG’s alot. So it’s no surprise that I have been looking forward to this release for a while. Watermelon Co. the company behind the development of had reached beyond their funding goal on Kickstarter back on December 5, 2012, Watermelon Co. had raised $231,370 of their $139,000 goal and took their time to make sure the game ran… Read More »

By Kereltis, September 29, 2014 2 Baldur's Gate, Game, News

After a long wait we finally have “Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition” on Linux! About L.G.C. (Linux Gamecast Weekly) broke the news over the weekend that Baldur’s Gate had finally arrived on Linux. Although this classic RPG had been running just fine under WINE it is still great to see it appear in my Steam Linux games list. I am over the moon that this whopping… Read More »

By Kereltis, September 23, 2014 0 News, Steam

Today Valve launched the Steam discovery update, personalized shopping with a completely redesigned store page! About September 22, 2014 – Valve today launched the Steam Discovery Update, which introduces new functionality and features designed to optimize the Steam shopping experience as the number of new titles on Steam increases. In the past nine months, Steam has added over 1,300 new titles and grown to over… Read More »

By Kereltis, September 20, 2014 1 Bastion, Game, News

In the mood for some light, not to intensive gaming this weekend? You’re in luck, ‘Bastion’ is 75% off on Steam! About Bastion is an action role-playing experience that redefines storytelling in games, with a reactive narrator who marks your every move. Explore more than 40 lush hand-painted environments as you discover the secrets of the Calamity, a surreal catastrophe that shattered the world to… 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, September 19, 2014 2 News, Nvidia

It’s always great to bring you news of another Nvidia Linux driver release and today is no different, here are the details! Driver Details Version: 343.22 Release Date: 2014.9.18 Operating System: Linux 64-bit Language: English (US) File Size: 73.00 MB   Added support for the following GPUs: GeForce GTX 970 GeForce GTX 980 Fixed a bug that prevented the “sync to vblank” setting from being… Read More »

By Ultimoore, September 18, 2014 1 Shadowrun Returns

AMAZING! If you have not played or even heard of Shadowrun Returns, go ahead and punch yourself in the groin. 2014’s acclaimed cyberpunk RPG Dragonfall is back! It is totally bigger, better, and now available for the first time as a standalone on LINUX!. I just so happened to do my check on the Steam Application database and saw that “Game possibly works”. Well I… Read More »

By Ultimoore, September 18, 2014 0 Chrome Engine 6, News

YOU LIE!!!! Well, it looks like our friends at Techland failed to mention a certain type of support for their lovely game engine. You know, the one with the name…. hmmmm – Wait, don’t tell me I know this one. Oh yeah, CHROME ENGINE 6! Yes the very engine that Games like Dying Light and Hellraid are being developed on.Here are some screenshots of both… Read More »

By Kereltis, September 16, 2014 2 Editorial, News

Microsoft has bought Mojang and Minecraft but is this the end for Linux Gamers? Editorial Although it is very sad for Linux gamers that another independent title has been eaten up by a giant corporate entity with a terrible record for cross-platform where it counts. There is also hope and morning light to burn those creepers off the roof (there’s a creeper on the roof… Read More »