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Indie action game Resolutiion is out now

By Colin L., 2020-05-28 17:22:01

Developers at Monolith of Minds have released their cyberpunk action game, Resolutiion. It's got a crazy art style wrapped in some decent combat.

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Raspberry Pi 4 doubles RAM to 8GB and tests 64-bit OS

By Colin L., 2020-05-28 13:10:52

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has upgraded the popular single-board computer to 8GB of available memory, double the previous 4GB. They've also taken more steps towards official 64-bit support.

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The newest Steam Beta Client enables pre-compilation of cached Vulkan shaders

By Colin L., 2020-05-26 12:14:44

Valve has improved it's Vulkan shader caching by now enabling pre-compilation. This should help reduce stutter that is especially noticeable when using Proton/DXVK.

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Dota 2 - The International 10 Battle Pass has dropped

By Colin L., 2020-05-25 17:09:17

Despite the cancellation of The International 10, it's full steam ahead for this year's iteration of the Dota 2 Battle Pass. Guilds and unlockables galore.

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Video - Amazon's Crucible is currently playable with Proton

By Colin L., 2020-05-22 15:40:26

Amazon's new hero-shooter Crucible is available on Steam and currently playable using Proton, despite the inclusion of Easy Anti-Cheat.

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Mini-Review: Filament

By Colin L., 2020-05-22 14:41:20

From Beard Envy Games and Kasedo Games, Filament is a devilishly difficult puzzle game set aboard a mysteriously empty space ship. Solve puzzles and uncover the secret of what happened to the crew of the Alabaster.

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LIT: Bend the Light is a delightful puzzle game for everybody

By Colin L., 2020-05-21 09:41:33

Student developer group Copperglass have given new life to light-based puzzlers with their title LIT: Bend the Light. Half physics sim and half puzzler, LIT allows you to solve puzzles in multiple ways.

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Steam Hardware and Software Survey Linux statistics

By Colin L., 2020-05-05 19:47:00

Check out our historical summary page of Linux usage statistics according to Steam's monthly Hardware and Software Survey. It's updated every month with the most recent stats.

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Dota 2's biggest tournament - The International - is postponed

By Colin L., 2020-05-01 00:20:14

The International is the highlight of the Dota 2 events calendar, bringing together the best teams from around the world. Valve has announced today that it is postponed, likely until 2021.

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Terraria bringing community-made tModLoader to Steam as DLC

By Colin L., 2020-04-30 07:29:06

With Terraria: Journey's End fast approaching, Re-Logic has another surprise. The community project tModLoader is being brought to Steam to make playing mods easier in Terraria.

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