LinuxvanGOG Talks About GOG’s Stance on Linux

Since GOG started having a dedicated person to be the face of their Linux support not too long ago (the so-called linuxvangog on Reddit and Twitter), we thought it would be worth asking checking out what’s happening and if anything… Continue Reading

Podcast #9 With Tim Besset: “Street Fighter V’s Port is Not Dead”

Our series of podcasts continues. This time with Timothee Besset, now working for Valve after a long experience of porting games to Linux when working with and at id software from the late 1990s till late 2000s. As usual we… Continue Reading

Steamworld Dig 2: Not Hitting Bottom Yet

At first, you’d mistake this game for the first episode. The same thing With a female robot in the leading role this time around. And you would be forgiven to think so: It certainly looks and feels very similar at… Continue Reading

My Linux Games of 2017

The end of the year is usually the time for recollection. So here is my take on the games I really liked in this year, on Linux. No “Top 10” this time around, since I can’t say there were 10… Continue Reading

Icculus (Ryan Gordon) Tells Us Everything. Part 2.

Following the previous podcast with Icculus, here’s now the second part of our conversation with him. In the previous part (that you ought to read/listen to before going through this article), we came back on what brought Ryan Gordon to… Continue Reading

Gaming on a Cheap Xeon: The HP Z400 Workstation

Recently I was in the business of replacing one of my machines at home (all running Linux by the way), and while I had initially considered simply replacing parts at first, I became aware through various channels of the availability… Continue Reading

The Road To Redemption

You are part of a bike gang. Your leader, wanting to end the oppression from a cruel dictator of post-apocalyptic America, heads to Washington D.C. in a desperate assassination attempt. The thing is, he hasn’t told you about this, or… Continue Reading