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Extremely Queer Indie Game ‘EXTREME MEATPUNKS FOREVER’ Tops Charts

Experimental visual novel, mecha brawler and Fascist slaying indie title EXTREME MEATPUNKS FOREVER is currently climbing the top ten grossing titles on Itch.io. Developed by fellow queer game developer Heather Flowers, EXTREME MEAT PUNKS FOREVER, is unapologetically, radical, leftist and queer as hell. Fusing a vibrant pastel presentation, a quartet of protagonists and mech battles where you fight your literal clone (and kill Fascist scum while you’re at it, EXTREME MEATPUNKS FOREVER takes a look at a...

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ARK Survival Evolved Launching This August With Two Special Editions

Studio Wildcard will be bringing the prehistoric survival game ARK: Survival Evolved out of the Early Access age with the release of the retail version on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on August 8th. ARK on personal computers will be available for multiple operating systems including Microsoft Windows,  MAC OS and various flavors of Linux. Three different editions of ARK: Survival Evolved will be available for Xbox One and PS4 and are available for pre-order the company announced. They are:...

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Darkest dungeon is getting a Linux port in its latest update

Darkest Dungeon is a site favorite and one of the few games I actually keep on my PC at all times. Since its official release in January the game has essentially been constantly updated and this update, planned for mid may, will bring brings both Linux support and a new way for missions to end. Missions will now end in the hamlet which will have its own events that will only trigger at the end of certain missions....

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Steam’s Christmas Gift- A non-working store!

After getting messaged by a friend on steam on how to clear out card info, I wondered to myself, “what the heck is going on?” I looked over onto SteamDB’s Twitter to see that  “Valve is having caching issues allowing users to view things such as account information of other users. Don’t use Store for now.” To my dismay, and possibly the ire of thousands of PC gamers, people are unable to make Steam purchases as all...

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Comcept Unloads A Barrage of Mighty Number 9 Screenshots

Mighty Number 9

Comcept the developer behind the Kickstarted Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty Number 9 has released a whole set of brand new screenshots for your viewing pleasure. We’ve got an entire gallery containing all of the high-rez colorful screnshots at the bottom of this post. Mighty Number 9 was originally revealed back in September 2013 and reached its funding goal only after 2 days. With gameplay that is reminiscent of Keiji Inafune’s former Capcom creation, long time platform...

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Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty: Coming soon on Vinyl

For Old Honest Abe’s 18th birthday, the complete Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty video game soundtrack is being released by German record label Black Screen Records on 180 gram green vinyl! Currently available for pre-order, it will be released and shipped in late November. Coming in a full-coloured gatefold sleeve with RuptureFarms art by Raymond Swanland, with the soundtrack being composed, mixed, and mastered by Michael Bross.     If that wasn’t enough for die-hard Oddworld fans such...

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Battlefield Director Wants To Bring Linux Into Mainstream

DICE creative director Lars Gustavsson has expressed a deep desire to develop games for Linux in an interview with Polygon. “We strongly want to get into Linux for a reason … It took Halo for the first Xbox to kick off and go crazy — usually, it takes one killer app or game and then people are more than willing [to adopt it] — it is not hard to get your hands on Linux, for example, it...

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Don’t Miss The Steam Linux Sale!

You may have heard that Valve officially released the Linux Version of Steam this past week. They’re celebrating with a brand new sale that will run until February 21st. The best part is that if you are running the Windows or Mac version of Steam these games are still on sale! Some of the best deals include Trine 2 for $3.74, Killing Floor for $6, indie darling FTL: Faster than Light for $4.99, World of Goo for...

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Original Half Life Now Available For OSX and Linux

Gordon Freeman might spend a lot of time in suspended animation between the two Half Life games, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t busy killing aliens on brand new platforms. According to Cult of Mac, Valve Software has ported 1998’s Half Life to both Mac OS X and Linux. While these platforms are not confirmed on the game’s official steam page, second hand confirmation has also comes from Joystiq. Buying the game on one platform should allow you...

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Valve Releases Steam Client for Linux

It is no secret that Valve has been working on a version its Steam client for Linux for sometime. This afternoon the closed beta for the new version of the client became available to the entire world. If you are a fan of open source software or free operating systems then you now have a new option for your gaming enjoyment. Just don’t expect the strong library that Windows and Mac users enjoy currently. As of this...

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Steam Comes To Linux, First Game Left 4 Dead 2

There has been one major platform that has been overlooked in regards to Valve’s Steam service and that is Linux. Rumors have circulated for years that THE major digital distribution platform would finally make its way to the open source platform and over the weekend Valve confirmed the existence of the “Steam Penguins” project. They aim to port the full steam client to Ubuntu 12.04 and currently the small team is working on porting the client over...

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