Summary: Linux gaming with a side of news, reviews, and whatever the Hell-Elks™ we come up with.
Steam kills Link, Shadow of the Tomb Raider heads to Linux, NVIDIA 2060 details leak and Humble has another JUMBO Bundle.
Steam adds new games to Proton, Croteam splits Fusion, NVIDIA attempts to Wayland and SuperTuxKart gets online multiplayer. Then South Park: The Stick of Truth faces, the CHAIRQASITION!
UNREAL Engine defaults to Vulkan, Phoenix Point cancels their Linux port, NVIDIA fixes a bug and Steam gets hacked.
System76 has a woody, Artifact gets a release date, Shroud of the Avatar goes free to play and NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti cards spontaneously nope.
Proton gets players banned, Humble drops two Linux filled Bundles, AMD kills 32-bit drivers and we discuss the OBS Box.
Flibit tackles Proton, VR gets smooth, seizuretastic farming and Star Trek on my Linux?
We review Google's Project Stream! Proton receives a Witching update, Godot Wild Jam #2 is looking for submission and Unreal Engine learns how to crash. All this plus your hate mail!
Steam adds new games to Proton, CS:GO plays with ladders, Decent returns from the dead and Google announces Project Stream.
Valve counts controllers, PlayOnLinux returns from the dead, BATTLETECH 1.2.1 adds support for Linux and Jackbox Party Pack 5 gets a release date.
Proton powered Gamehub, Ballistic Bloodlust, zombie SMACH Z and Open Jam 2018 on this week's LinuxGameCast Weekly.
Proton learns new tricks! The Culling returns in free-to-play form, NVIDIA speeds up Vulkan and Blizzard bans Linux players... again.
We ask the developer of Lutris about WINE, Proton, and grilled cheese! Arcade fighter Fantasy Strike comes to Linux, CRAZY JUSTICE gets a Vulkan render and Steam attempts to remember your age.
Steam Play invades the stable client! Hand of Fate 2 picks a fight, WINE 3.15 gets raw, and I Hate Running Backwards gains a new perspective.
Steam opens the Windows! Humble gets a little Spooky, NVIDIA plays with light and GOG propositions DRM.
Steam gets ready to WINE! Crazy Justice heads to Early Access, DXVK adds support for Direct3D 10 and Valve launches Steam.tv.