Tagged:  SteamOS

By Kereltis, January 15, 2014 3 Contest, Rootrivia

Another year has passed and here we are starting 2014, can you believe it? Well, we still don’t have flying cars readily available but we do have driver-less cars just around the corner, Steam for Linux, SteamOS, Steam Machines, FirefoxOS (isn’t that a browser?), Jolla OS, Ubuntu Touchy everything, and of course last but not least our very own ROOTRIVIA!!!! Yes folks, we are back… Read More »

By Kereltis, January 9, 2014 0 News, SteamOS

Finally some positive news for AMD fans. SteamOS now has support for AMD graphics cards. SteamOS developers have said that the Steam controller firmware upgrade process has been fixed, and that the AMD Catalyst driver has been upgraded to the preview release 13.11 Beta 9.9. According to Softpedia, Valve representative Pierre-Loup is reported to have said: This update upgrades the Catalyst driver in our repositories… Read More »

By Kereltis, January 8, 2014 0 Game, Greenlight, News, Secrets of Rætikon, Steam, SteamOS

Secrets of Rætikon was released for early access today on Steam for Linux and is already looking very different and very awesome! About Secrets of Rætikon is an action-focussed exploration game with an open world. Fly through the savage mountains of the Alps and collect parts of ancient machines. The world is rich in interactivity. Trees, rocks, plants and animals – everything is physics based and… Read More »

By Ultimoore, January 7, 2014 3 CES, Steam Machine

About 16 hours ago, we shared with you that Engadget got a chance to see what companies would be throwing down with Valve in the Steam Machine department. Well now Valve has shown off all sweet little goodies that you and or friends and family can sink you teeth into. Valve also had this to say on their press release. Valve, creators of best-selling game… Read More »

By RootGamer, January 6, 2014 4 CES, Event, News, Steam Machine

According Endgadget several companies, including Alienware and Gigabyte, will announce a Steam Machine at the CES . They will additionally show their Steam Machines prototypes , according to Endgadget. Digital Storm and iBuyPower announced their Steam Machine last year.

By RootGamer, December 14, 2013 5 Download, News, Steam, SteamOS

  Yeah – SteamOS  is finally available. Current beta was pushed to the official repository. Additional information like installation instruction and requirements can be found in the SteamOS FAQ. SteamOS Installer (960 MB) GitHub issue tracker SteamOS EULA Repository SteamOS is built on Debian 7.1 (Wheezy) Gnome manages the desktop environment system requirements 64-bit processor 4GB or more of memory at least 500GB disk NVIDIA graphics… Read More »

By Kereltis, December 12, 2013 0 News, Not The Robots, Steam, SteamOS

Ever fancy yourself a furniture eating robot? Ever wanted to run around campus devouring furniture? Well wait no longer, ‘Not The Robots’ is here! About You are in a seemingly endless campus of office buildings. Your goal is to eat furniture and not get caught. What is going on? Not The Robots is a Roguelike Stealth Furniture Eating Simulator. Explore procedurally generated office buildings. Hide… Read More »

By Kereltis, December 11, 2013 0 News, Steam, Steam Machine, SteamOS

Three hundred lucky Steam users will receive their prototype one of a kind Steam Machines on the 13th of Dec! About The time has come! We are ready to begin shipping Steam Machines and Steam Controllers to the 300 selected beta participants. The machines are due to leave the factory on Friday! The announcement was made today on the Steam Universe, Steam group. This is… Read More »

By Ultimoore, December 7, 2013 2 Devices, News, Steam Machine

Not to long ago IBuyPower, a well-known American gaming PC vendor showed off their own Steam Machine to the world. Sporting a lot of AMD hardware inside. Well now a company called Piixl has now decided to jump in the ring and show off their own Steam Machine. This contenders name is Piixl “Jetpack”. About Piixl For those unfamiliar with Piixl’s work they are known… Read More »

By RootGamer, November 8, 2013 0 SteamOS, Total War: Rome II

‘Total War: Rome II‘ coming to SteamOS, the Linux-based operating system that should bring Valve Steam to the living room. Doesn’t mean ‘Total War: Rome II‘ is Steam exclusive, the game is expected also to run on other Linux platforms. The release of the game for SteamOS is somewhere in 2014, the publisher of the Total War franchise, Creative Assembly, told game site Polygon. Early next year,… Read More »

SCREENSHOTS: Valve Steambox

By RootGamer, November 5, 2013 1 ,

Valve has sent a prototype of the SteamBox to different media outlets for testing. The Verge, Engadget and The Seattle Times have posted some revealing pictures of both the SteamBox and its innovative gamepad.

By RootGamer, October 11, 2013 2 ,

Here’s a quick look at some games being played with the prototype version of the Steam Controller — the same version that we’ll be shipping to 300 Steam users later this year. We’ll post more demonstrations like this soon, including footage of some other game developers using the controller to… Read More »

By RootGamer, September 24, 2013 2 News, Steam, SteamOS

SteamOS is described by Valve as an open source and free to use operating system based on Linux in combination with its own Steam platform. The OS should make it easier for hardware manufacturers to adapt their products for use in the living-room-PC. They can be bundled with their systems free of charge. In addition, SteamOS publisher and game developers can directly contact gamers, while players… Read More »