Hit indie game 'Papo & Yo', which proved a hit on the Playstation Network last year, could be heading to Linux.
Brush away the fluff from under your mouse, crack those knuckles and sound the bargain klaxon – the latest Steam sale is upon us!
Another week, another top title announces plans to support Linux gaming - this time in the shape of strategy war game Total War: Rome II.
Good news gamers: Metro: Last Light is finally available to buy through Steam for Linux priced at £24.99/$39.99.
A recent article from US newspaper The Seattle Times offers new details on Valve's plans for bringing Linux gaming to the living room.
In the last of three announcements this week, Valve have revealed the Steam Controller for their Steam OS-powered devices.
Valve has announced 'Steam Machines' - gaming PCs designed for the living room and running Steam OS - will hitting the market in 2014.
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Valve has lifted the lid on Steam OS - a Linux-powered operating system designed 'for the TV and the living room' based around Steam.
Valve are gearing up for the first of three announcements today - but what might they reveal?
Valve - the company behind Steam - are to reveal more details on their up-coming Linux-powered 'Steambox' gaming console next week.
Whether you’re looking for laid back platforming or artistic verve, indie title FEZ is bound to gain new fans in its Linux debut. Playing as an unidentifiable creature named Gomez, your goal is to find […]