I hope you’re making progress on your Steam backlog because Valve has no intention of starving you for games.
“The Steam Deck Effect!” Valve’s console is having an immediately positive impact on the entire Linux gaming ecosystem.
Curious how many games in your personal Steam Library are playable on Steam Deck (so far)? Now Valve has an official tool for you to check!
I love covering Steam Deck. I love covering AMD FSR. And this No Man’s Sky news combines both!
Forget the (awesome) Steam Deck Verified numbers for a second. There’s a more important story about Linux gaming begging to be discussed.
System76 continues its steady march towards an in-house, RUST-based desktop with the 1.0 release of system76-scheduler for Pop OS. But what the heck does it do?
What happens when a Red Hat engineer, Lutris developer, and the creator of Proton-GE decides to create a Linux distribution? You get Nobara!
Heroic just added two great features perfectly timed for the Steam Deck launch, but Desktop Linux gamers will find a lot to love, too.
Gamebuntu, an excellent tool for Ubuntu gamers, gets completely rewritten. Find out what’s new and why you might want it!
Whether you consider it more Linus-proofing or simply a thoughtful gesture for a growing Linux gaming audience, Ubuntu Budgie’s updated Welcome app will make it easier than ever for gamers to start playing out of the box.