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Games: Paladins, FOSDEM 2019 Talks and Vigil: The Longest Night

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  • Looks like Easy Anti-Cheat strikes again with Steam Play, Paladins is no longer playable on Linux

    Just like what happened with Darwin Project only recently, it seems Paladins is no longer playable on Linux with Steam Play.

  • Gaming and Linux graphics talks at FOSDEM 2019

    Hello fellow penguin enthusiasts. I spent the last weekend in Brussels, Belgium attending the FOSDEM conference -- a free event focused on free open-source software, and a place where free-software developers can meet, share idea and collaborate. There was no shortage of Linux-related content, and it was really exciting to meet and listen to people working on software that you directly or indirectly rely on every day.

    Gaming was not the main focus, but there were several talks that I thought you may find interesting. I selected 4 talks that I wanted to highlight. The first two are more high-level focused on gaming directly, while the last 2 are more technical dealing with the Linux graphics stack in general.

  • Vigil: The Longest Night Officially Coming to Linux and Windows PC

    Vigil: The Longest Night is a gorgeous-looking 2D action-platformer set for release from Glass Heart Games. It uses a highly-detailed art style that greatly resembles a hand-crafted painting and is absolutely stunning. It definitely evokes a bit of classic Castlevania with its dark gothic design, with a touch of Strider as well. As Leila, your core weapon is a sword and your aim is to save your hometown from the evil forces that are taking over the nearby countryside.

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