Sorry to leave you hanging like that. I ended that Xbox versus PC article by throwing a couple giant question marks into the air. Those weren’t meant as cliffhangers. To briefly catch you up, I pondered if having an Xbox Series X could save me valuable time in the long run. I was curious whether […]
We want to romanticize writing; creating of any kind. It makes it feel more special. Less like a job and more like irreplaceable magic. It’s time for us to stop doing that.
The ripple effect of LTT’s Linux Gaming Challenge continues to bring awareness and positive change to the Linux ecosystem. Last month we saw System76 and KDE take steps to prevent the accidental removal of their respective desktop environments. This week saw the GUI release of beginner-friendly app Gamebuntu from wunderkind developer Rudra Saraswat. Now the […]
An app for Ubuntu-based distributions that saves new Linux gamers coming from Windows a TON of time and potential headaches.
The new FAQ deals with topics like game testing, Steam Deck dev kits and graphics APIs. But there are some answers gamers will appreciate.
Halo Infinite players are criticizing the Battlepass, but what happens when what feels like a fundamental part of the gameplay loop just disappears?
Boot Camp has been cancelled. Fortunately, fans of Apple’s M1 Mac computers might soon be able to install Windows natively.
Desktop Linux is under the microscope again, and it’s a sobering reality. Linus tears it all down so we can build it back up.
The Neptune 15 v2 from Juno Computers is a loaded Linux laptop with a secret weapon: a dazzling 240Hz display. It might be the best gaming laptop I’ve used in 2021.
The unlikely story of a PC gaming enthusiast and the Xbox Series X that seduced him…