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  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Early Access Adds Linux Compatibility

    A recent update to Wasteland 2, which is currently available as an early access title , adds Linux compatibility. Along with Linux compatibility, developer inXile Entertainment has also added a huge patch to the beta version of the game, which adds a new large area to Arizona,the new vendor screen, a... More
  • Blog Post: OlliOlli's Consoles And Steam Ports Releasing In July

    Roll7’s side-scrolling, pixelated Skateboarding game OlliOlli originally launched on the Vita, but now its release date for other platforms has been announced. OlliOlli is coming to PlayStation 4, PS3, and PC on July 22, according to a Den of Geek interview with director Simon Bennett during PAX... More
  • Blog Post: Last Life Kickstarter Gets Double Fine Stamp Of Approval

    Kickstarter is full of various video game projects seeking funding, but few of them get the endorsement of Tim Schafer himself. That lucky game would be Last Life , and is among the first to be part of the "Double Fine Presents" program. Why the game caught the eye of Schafer and Double Fine's... More
  • Blog Post: Gameplay Footage Of Carmageddon: Reincarnation Released

    In six days Carmageddon: Reincarnation is making its next big stop by entering Steam Early Access on its road trip from Kickstarter to release. A new gameplay video has been released in anticipation of gamers having access to the pre-alpha build. Carmageddon: Reincarnation is available for pre-order... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Tropico 5 On Track For Summer

    Update: Tropico 5 developer Ivan-Assen Ivanov has tweeted that his previous statement about Tropico 5 being delayed indefinitely was "a joke." @MattKato That tweet about Tropico 5 being delayed was a joke. Tropico 5 is on track. — Ivan-Assen Ivanov (@ivanassen) March 20, 2014 Meanwhile... More
  • Blog Post: GOG.com Goes Linux

    GOG.com – the classic games distribution service run by a subsidiary of Witcher developer CD Projekt RED – has announced it will support Linux titles. The site says it plans to release its first batch of Linux titles this fall. Currently GOG.com promises "at least 100 Linux games"... More
  • Blog Post: Dust: An Elysian Tale Surpasses One Million Units Sold

    The creative mind behind Dust: An Elysian Tale, Dean Dodrill, recently announced the game has passed the million mark in units sold. Today, Dust: AET surpassed one million units sold. Thank you to @xbox , @steam_games , & @humble for their support in helping us get here! — Dean Dodrill (@NoogyTweet... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Announces New Game Hack 'n' Slash

    One of the game prototypes made during Double Fine's annual Amnesia Fortnight game jam is going to see formal release, the action/puzzle title Hack 'n' Slash. Hack 'n' Slash was one of 23 Amnesia Fortnight prototypes that the public was allowed to vote on , and received the most votes... More
  • Blog Post: Entropy Hits Steam Early Access

    If space combat and interstellar trade interest you, take a look at Entropy via the MMO's Steam Early Access program, which has just begun. Entropy is created by Artplant, the people behind Battlestar Galactica Online, and features more than 100 star systems to explore. The game is built around large... More
  • Blog Post: FTL Headed To iPad, Receiving Free Update On Current Platforms

    FTL: Faster Than Light made big waves on the indie scene when it released back in 2012. Now developer Subset Games is porting the game to iPad and introducing a slew of free updates for its current platforms. FTL: Advanced Edition is a free expansion for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. The official... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Starts Home Streaming Group In Advance Of Beta

    Valve has started the first step towards starting a beta for its in-home, computer-to-computer streaming initiative tied to its Steam Machines. Interested gamers have to sign up for the In-Home Streaming Steam group , and the company will start picking people from the group for a beta later this year... More
  • Blog Post: Rogue Legacy Now Available On Mac And Linux

    Lineage matters in Cellar Door Games' Rogue Legacy, as many a PC gamer will tell you. Now Mac and Linux users can get in on the action. We enjoyed the game when it was first released in July (as you can read in our review ). The title is available on Steam for $14.99. [Source: Cellar Door Games via... More
  • Blog Post: PixelJunk Shooter Coming To PC, Mac, And Linux Next Month

    Double Eleven Studios, the team behind the Vita port of PixelJunk Monsters, is bringing another PixelJunk title, Shooter, to PC, Mac, and Linux next month. The game will be available through Steam on on November 11 for $8.99. Unlike Double Eleven's previous port, PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD ... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Announces Free SteamOS As First Living Room Announcement

    Last week, Valve founder Gabe Newell spoke at LinuxCon and teased a living room hardware announcement that would be coming soon. On Friday, a new page appeared on the Steam website with a countdown expiring today that states "the Steam universe is expanding in 2014." Today, we know one of the... More
  • Blog Post: Gabe Newell Hints At Linux Gaming Hardware Announcement Next Week

    Speaking at LinuxCon in New Orleans, Valve co-founder and managing director Gabe Newell made some surprising statements and hinted at an announcement next week. While Linux gaming is currently only a small portion of the Steam user profile, Newell is confident that the platform is going to be a major... More
  • Blog Post: New Humble Bundle Has Impressive Lineup

    For a small price, you can help charity and get some of the best recent indie games like Trine 2, Mark of the Ninja, and Fez. Humble Bundle 9 is currently on sale . Proceeds from all sales to to charities Child's Play, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Watsi. You can name your price for DRM-free... More
  • Blog Post: Linux Support Unlikely For GOG.com

    GOG.com's head of marketing and PR, Trevor Longino confirmed that Linux support for game's bought through the website is very unlikely. Longino confirmed the unfortunate news to GamingOnLinux.com . The lack of Linux support does not come from technical hurdles per se, but rather due to GOG.com's... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Workshop Added To Gateways

    Fans of the indie puzzler Gateways can look forward to a host of new mind-bending laboratories to explore, thanks to a free new level editor that has been incorporated into Steam Workshop. Developer Smudged Cat Games has added a full-fledged level editor to the Steam version of Gateways, which allows... More
  • Blog Post: Metro: Last Light Coming To Mac And Linux

    It's good news when Mac and Linux users get ports of games. It's great news when Steamplay is supported. If you happen to own the PC version of Metro: Last Light , you'll be happy to know that when it arrives on Mac on September 10, 2013, (and later on Linux), it will be in your library for... More
  • Blog Post: Ambitious Indie JRPG Project Phoenix Blasts Past Its Kickstarter Goal

    Billed as Japan's first game project on Kickstarter, Project Phoenix features an all-star team of Eastern and Western developers, including acclaimed Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Kickstarter page for Project Phoenix describes the game as a mix between squad-based RTS and JRPG, and despite... More
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