Summary: Linux gaming with a side of news, reviews, and whatever the Hell-Elks™ we come up with.
On this LinuxGamecast Weekly; Stretch goals are rubbish, L4D2 is here, Jedi Academy goes native, and a quirky Polish game is quirky. Then we throw the review chairs at Frogatto & Friends. All this; plus your hate mail.
This week we’re screaming about L4D2, legacy AMD drivers, $30 Mine Craft clones, and Brutal Legends. Then we throw the review chairs at Cubemen 2. All this; plus your hate mail.
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast Weekly: Steam prepares for new releases, Humble misses a bundle, and we play the most CPU intensive game ever created for Linux. Then we throw the chairs at Sonic 3D. All this; plus your hate mail.
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast weekly: open sauce Jedi, Euro Trucks on The horizon, floaty balls and Portuguese Raaaaaaage. All this plus your hate mail.
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast Weekly. Dell throws its weight behind Linux gaming. Jedi goes open source, Valve is working on a Linux distro, and we throw some chairs at the latest Slender clone Haunt. All this, plus your feedback.
Remember how we said the L.G.C. Aftershow would go full-metal Game of WHO during the series? Yeah, we weren't joking. On our pilot episode we break down "The Bells of Saint John" and "Valar Dohaeris".
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast Weekly. The Humble Weekly deal goes full Windows. Happy penguin closes for good, and Unreal Engine 3 lands on Firefox. Then We throw some chairs at Tiny & Big Grandpas Leftovers and the Cave. All that plus your feedback, let's go.
On this LinuxGameCast Weekly after show: We pick the next Doctor, Pedro brings the ice cream, Jordan talks political correctness and Venn addresses last weeks offensive intro ..by turning it to eleven. Then we go full-metal DBZ.
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast Weekly. NVIDIA cripples firmware, Humble Bundle goes weekly and Fez is might be heading to Linux. Then we give three new games the chair.
On this LinuxGameCast Weekly after show: Jordan is down with the sickness, Pedro learns about Digg and Venn brings Das Boot. Then we rock out with a super sweet Bon Jovi cover band.
Coming up in this LinuxGamecast Weekly. Valve pisses on Piston. Then it's over 10,000,000. GameMaker: Studio supports Linux publishing, and we review Monster Minis Extreme Off-Road and The Apocalyptic One Two.
WARNING: The LinuxGamecast after show contains film and T.V. spoilers, crass humour and random acts of profanity On this LinuxGameCast Weekly after show.. We spoil the Walking Dead, talk Game of Thrones, and play some 16-bit Doctor Who.
Coming up on this LinuxGamecast weekly: Steam gets Gratuitous, BOOM goes the Humble, a tormented Kickstarter and cyborgs get dead.
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Coming up on this, the first episode of our interview series Init. Ethan Lee talks about porting games, his work with the Humble Bundle, and the state of gaming in Linux.