At first glance, Armed and Gelatinous might look like a run-of-the-mill clone of games like Agar.io, but beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye. An homage to iconic couch co-op games of […]
If you are hoping to lay down some hard earned cash for a Linux-based Steam Machine sometime this year, you ought to look away now.
Ever since Valve announced Steam OS last year one small detail has left many in the Linux community a little confused: why is the gaming OS based on Debian rather than Ubuntu?
An update to the beta of Valve's SteamOS has been made available to download. The release features a variety of bug fixes and improvements.
After half the world fell asleep waiting for Valve to release the SteamOS Beta, we gave the new Debian-based OS a quick run through.
Does it feel like a special day? It should – the first release of Steam OS has been made available for download.
The Linux-based gaming platform SteamOS will be available to download on December 13.
A recent article from US newspaper The Seattle Times offers new details on Valve's plans for bringing Linux gaming to the living room.
Valve has lifted the lid on Steam OS - a Linux-powered operating system designed 'for the TV and the living room' based around Steam.