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  • Steam Survey Purports A 0.28% Linux Gaming Marketshare For February

    With these initial numbers for February 2018 only reporting a 0.03% increase for the Linux market, it seems more plausible and hopefully won't be subject to more corrections by Valve later in the month. At least what seems most people will agree to is that the overall Linux gaming marketshare remains a sub-1% group with not many gaming firms generally seeing more than a couple percent Linux sales figures if they are lucky.

  • Rhode Island Legislator Proposes A Tax On Video Games Based On Existing Entirely Voluntary Ratings System

    Violent video games may not cause violent people, despite what some people think, but we can certainly point out that they make a certain class of people very, very stupid. That class is the political class. Every time some violent happening occurs in America, the reaction by grandstanding politicians with no imagination is to lash out at video games for causing all the world's violence, to propose such games be banned entirely, or to propose a tax on them. On the question of taxing or banning these games, these politicians fortunately run face-first into the First Amendment and the Supreme Court's 2011 decision that video games are art, they are speech, and the government can't infringe upon that speech.

  • Moonlight is an Open Source NVIDIA GameStream client

    Have you ever imagined yourself playing PC games on a mobile device or for that matter, any device? Mobile devices are usually not that capable to handle games with high graphics requirements. But still, you can enjoy all your PC games on any other device by streaming the content. Streaming also lets you play from anywhere around the globe without carrying that bulky gaming equipment. While many companies are offering to game on their hardware, in this post we’ve talked about a tool from NVIDIA that lets you stream games from your computer to any device. Moonlight is an open source GameStream client that is based on NVIDIA’s GameStream Protocol.


    Now talking about Moonlight, it is a free GameStream protocol client. Moonlight is available for most of the platforms including Windows Chrome, Android, iOS, Embedded Devices (Raspberry Pi), PS Vita, Samsung Gear VR devices. Using Moonlight, you can connect to any computer that is running GameStream and start playing your games.

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