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Games: spaceBOUND, Startup Company, Dead Maze, ASTROKILL and More

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SteamOS vs. Ubuntu vs. Windows 10: Which Is The Best Operating System For Gaming?

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Steam will continue to support Linux as we’ve seen on previous occasions, but other hardware companies should also lend a helping hand. This will include the likes of Intel, AMD, NVIDIA and others which control the driver stack.

If it took decades for Linux to improve heavily, then we should not ruin your expectations a tad bit because it will take several more years to further reduce that performance gap between Windows 10 and the latter. However, the fact that Linux is getting there should mean that Microsoft has something to worry.

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Games: ARK: Survival Evolved and We Happy Few

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Games: Black Mirror, DualShock, Burst The Game, Ashes of the Singularity

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Games: BATTLETECH, Songbringer, Football Manager 2018, The Pillars of the Earth, Realms of Arkania

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Games: WolfQuest, Planar Conquest, Rusted Warfare, Bounty Battle and More

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Games: 'Total War: Warhammer', 'Ballistic Overkill', and Dota 2

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Games: Sudden Strike 4, West of Loathing, Godot

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Games: Feral Interactive, Godot, Tower of Time and Verdun

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