Summary: Linux gaming with a side of news, reviews, and whatever the Hell-Elks™ we come up with.
Destiny 2 promises to ban Linux players! Everspace 2 launches their Kickstarter, Nintendo Switch emulator Yuzu gets a performance bump, and Ashes of the Singularity throws in the towel. Then Din's Legacy faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
Steam builds an Arch! Open Jam 2019 wraps up, Lakka comes to the Raspberry Pi 4, and Linux finally gets a PS4 Remote Play client. Then Niffelheim faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
France tells Valve to allow digital resales, Kernel 5.3 adds support for Navi GPUs, Proton matches Windows performance in some DirectX games, and teaching your mouse new tricks on Linux.
World of Warcraft Classic cuts off Linux users, Lutris prepares for Flatpak, Steam adds some Epic terms to their Distribution agreement, and Blasphemous gives us an update on their Linux port.
Nvidia fixes a DXVK bug, Steam announces the release date for their new library, Humble RPG Bundles, and open-source Star Wars: Racer. Then Dicey Dungeons faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
Humble releases a spooky bundle! Proton updates D9VK, EasyAntiCheat comes to War Thunder, and Super Mario 64 decompilation. Then Bayonetta faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
CodeWeavers celebrates one year of Proton! Newgrounds talks about their open-source emulator, Steam fills some zero-day security holes, and BEARS, VODKA, BALALAIKA!
Coming up on LinuxGameCast: Ion Fury gets a day-1 Linux release! Facepunch offers Rusty refunds, Nvidia offloads PRIME, and Logitech wheel configuration made simple.
Rust officially makes Linux a second-class citizen! Proton gets a version bump, Nvidia learns to GitHub, Wii U Linux emulation, and celebrating seven years of LinuxGameCast Weekly.
Proton enables D9Vk hotness! Daggerfall Unity enters alpha, moving the Linux desktop to VR, and Valve wants to change the kernel. Then Fantasy Strike faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
A special unicorn has arrived on Linux! GamerOS brings Steam's Big Picture to Arch, Red Hat talks about gaming, and AMD 5700 XT Linux benchmarks.
Cortex Command goes open source! CoreCtrl simplifies gaming profiles, Linux gaming performance vs Windows 10, and Valve is working on something code-named Citadel.
RetroArch is coming to Steam! Ion Maiden changes names, ACO boosts Vulkan performance, and Death Rally goes open source. Then Supraland faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
On this weeks LGC: Streets of Rogue enters final beta! Valve Throws shade at AMD, Godot learns Vulkan, and Supraland makes its Linux debut. Then the The Signal From Tölva face, the CHAIRQASITION!
Ubuntu cancels 32-bitmageddon! Black Mesa releases playable Xen, Steam nerfs a Corgi, and Proton makes broken Kickstarter dreams come true! Then Steel Rats faces, the CHAIRQASITION!