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System76 tease shots of their custom Keyboard and release the source code
13 February 2021 at 7:49 pm UTC

I hope they make version with numpad and iso layout. also no need for any led shenanigans...

The incredibly fierce roguelike Jupiter Hell has now entered Early Access
1 August 2019 at 9:33 pm UTC

Quoting: DaiKaiser93
Quoting: GuestFrom what I seen of the asking price, they're going to have to deliver a lot.
Otherwise, love this style of game.

How much is it? Because on GOG I see it at $10.00

18.89€ (20,94$) on steam.

Facepunch are no longer selling the Linux version of the survival game Rust (updated)
28 July 2018 at 4:40 am UTC Likes: 4

Quoting: XpanderSome of the people here show exactly why we can't have nice things on Linux. Emotional Community, always hurt when something is said about their platform.

I agree with this message. That's all.

The new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Panorama UI is now available on Linux
14 July 2018 at 12:33 am UTC

Quoting: ragsuThis UI looks very nice. I tried it yesterday and unfortunately it lowered my fps from ~260 to 140-190. Kind of heavy if you ask me.
Weird...Mostly what I have been reading have stated that it actually increases once fps.

Valve seem to be tightening their rules on games with sexual content
18 May 2018 at 9:06 pm UTC Likes: 3

Quoting: LinasYou cannot with a straight face say that you can tell the difference between a cartoon depiction of a 16-year old, and a 25-year old.

Natural Selection 2 goes 64bit, performance improvements and some Linux breakage
7 October 2017 at 8:54 pm UTC

QuoteLinux 64bit client has issue on start-up. This can be fixed by recreating the symlinks for FMOD libraries (in the x64 sub-folder within the NS2 install directory):
ln -sf
ln -sf
ln -sf

Reinstalled this game and had to do the above, that was mentioned in the changelog. In addition I also had to install sndio from aur to get it working. Also before these steps you need to opt in the beta

Wine Staging 2.18 is out with fixes for, Uplay & Origin also bugs fixed with Overwatch
5 October 2017 at 9:11 am UTC

Quoting: 14That's some great news. While I've steered away from using Wine, once I nuke my Windows 7 installation in the year 2020, there may be a game or two that I can't live without.

Some games that I can live without but would be nice to have:
Skyrim (already beat it, but kinda want to play through it again)
Elder Scrolls Online
Guild Wars 2
Battlefield 4
Starcraft II

Out of those games, I've only been playing PUBG lately. While I would miss playing that with my friends, It's not a road block for me ditching Windows once it loses all support.

As far as I know HotS, Skyrim, GW2 and SC2 should work through wine...(at least they worked quite well the last time I played them.)

Albion Online MMO final beta due on 1st of August
3 July 2016 at 12:08 am UTC

Quoting: minidouany suggestion on MMORPG that runs natively on linux or without much trouble through wine?
I play Star wars the old republic through wine, and as far as I know World of warcraft also runs perfectly through wine. But as far as I know there aren't currently any _good_ mmorpg games that run natively on linux...