Check out the latest news from the world of Linux gaming, including game reviews and news on Steam for Linux.
SuperTuxKart 1.2 is the latest update to the popular open source kart racer. We look at the new features, key changes, and show you where to download it.
Google plan to add Steam gaming support to future Chromebooks using a new Ubuntu-based virtual machine layer developed with the codename "Borealis".
Rocket League is dropping official support for Linux and macOS. Psyonix shared the news in a short statement posted on their website.
SuperTuxKart 1.1 is available to download. The open source kart racing games gains better online multiplayer, a new arena, and beta release for iOS devices.
The Life is Strange 2 Linux port is now available to buy on Steam and other game stores. Linux and macOS builds are handled by Feral Interactive.
Does Stadia work on Ubuntu? Yes, in both Google Chrome and Chromium. In this post we look at one users' experience playing Destiny on Stadia.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is now available to download and install on Linux and macOS. The Linux port was handled by Feral Interactive.
You can snag a FREE copy of DiRT Rally, the well-regarded rally racing game for Windows, macOS and Linux, from the Steam store — but only for this weekend.
A few readers have mailed in to ask me how to use Feral GameMode on Ubuntu. Problem is, when it comes to gaming I’m about as “current gen” as a Game Boy camera. Asking me […]
RetroArch is coming to Steam on July 30. The developers behind the famed open-source libretro frontend say the move will help them reach more gamers.
You can now install the latest Nvidia drivers on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS thanks to an extension of the Linux distribution's Stable Release Update program.
I did it guys: I finally bought myself a decent game controller to use on Linux! Specifically the 8BitDo SF30 Pro controller — level up! 🍄 As well as enjoying the weighted feel of quality […]