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Doom 3 BFG On Linux Gets In A Better State

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  • Sauerbraten 2013 Released, Brings Many Features

Steam console confirmed for this year

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  • Linux based Steam console confirmed for this year
  • Steam users ditch Windows 7, Vista, and XP for Windows 8, OS X, and Ubuntu
  • First Statistics On Steam Linux Usage
  • Steam Extends Holiday Games Sale
  • First Person Platformer 'Deadlock' Coming to Linux

ioquake3 move

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  • Ioquake3 Moves Code From To GitHub
  • Icculus's thoughts on Unreal Engine 3 games on Linux

Is Steam the Big Breakthrough Gaming for Linux Need?

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Gaming For many gamers, Steam is the most banked-upon tool in their gaming inventory. For years, Steam was available only on Windows. Then, of course, Valve Corporation decided to branch out. So, as the wheels are turning, many Linux users and supporters are wondering if this is the big breakthrough Linux gaming needed.

The Problems Right Now For Gaming On Linux

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  • l’Abbaye Des Morts GNU/Linux Port – Released
  • [Game Review] Team Fortress 2
  • Faster Than Light Is Now 25% Cheaper on Steam for Linux
  • Red Orchestra 2 coming to Linux?

Latest Humble Bundle Brings 6 New Games to Linux

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  • Latest Humble Bundle Brings 6 New Games to Linux
  • Steam Holiday Sale Includes Top Linux Titles
  • Steam for Linux Now Open To All
  • Better Steam Linux Performance with "Steam Login"
  • Help Port Torque 3D to Linux

THQ looking to Linux after Humble Bundle success

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  • THQ looking to Linux after Humble Bundle success
  • Steam for Linux open beta begins this week
  • The Book of Unwritten Tales Heads to Linux
  • Forsaken Fortress, a Cross-Platform (PC, Mac, Linux) Survival RPG Comes to Kickstarter

Steam Linux first impressions

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Gaming I am most mightily pleased that I was chosen to participate in the Steam Linux Beta program. I've received my email just days ago, and since, I've been working hard on getting the Steam client installed, tested and first screenshots prepared.

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