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  • See How Your Linux System Stacks Up To 15 GPUs For 1080p Gaming

    This week I posted the results of a 15-way graphics card comparison on Ubuntu Linux with AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards while running the very latest proprietary drivers. Those tests were focused on 4K resolution testing in order to stress the latest-generation AMD/NVIDIA GPUs. However, if you want to see 1080p numbers, here are some benchmark-friendly results.

  • Victor Vran Action RPG Is Now Available on Steam for Linux

    Victor Vran, an isometric action RPG developed by Haemimont Games and published by EuroVideo Medien on Steam, has been released on Linux as well.

    The genre of isometric action RPGs is a very well defined one and it incorporates titles like Diablo. Victor Vran has been very well received by the community and the Linux platform has been supported right from the start.

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  • Don't Be Patchman Is the First Game to Launch on Steam Only for Linux

    Don't Be Patchman is a new game that will land on Steam for Linux in about a month. Beside the fact that it seems to be a very interesting title, it's also probably the first one to launch on Linux, without a Windows or Mac version.

  • Terraria Is Finally Coming on Linux

    Terraria, a 2D adventure game developed and published by Re-Logic on Steam, will finally get a Linux version. The makers of the game said on Twitter that a Linux version is incoming.

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  • KOTOR II gets patched after 10 years to support Mac, Linux
  • Open beta for Linux and Mac version of 'Terraria' coming soon

    After a long wait Mac and Linux users will finally be able to play the popular open-world building RPG, Terraria. According to several tweets from Re-Logic's official Terraria Twitter account, an open public beta for the Linux and Mac version of the game will launch "sometime tomorrow." More details will be released prior to the beta launch, according to Re-Logic's tweets.

  • Steam for Linux Now Has More than 1,300 Games

    It is clear that Steam for Linux is here to stay, and proof of that is that the Steam library of the open source platform has just passed 1,300 titles.

  • Everything tech dealers need to know about Steam Machine

    So after what seems like years (well, at least three years) of rumour, speculation, sneak peaks, demos, SDKs and missed deadlines, punters can now pre-order Valve’s Steam Machine video PC-based games hardware, ahead of a full launch in November this year.

    Details, as ever, are still a little flakey, particularly with regards to the European launch - but it’s an interesting product that could make a significant and disruptive impact on the established PC and console games hardware and software markets in 2016.

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