Skip Navigation
alessandro alessandro @lemmy.ca
Posts 3.2K
Comments 203
10
kotaku.com Warframe Players Have Baldur’s Gate 3 To Thank For New Romance System

The feature will be available as part of the MMO’s massive 1999 update

Warframe Players Have Baldur’s Gate 3 To Thank For New Romance System
5

Conscript review

www.pcgamer.com Conscript review

Humanity at its worst.

Conscript review
0

We're maybe one step closer to the Stellar Blade PC port, as a new Shift Up job listing indicates that the team is starting on it real soon.

www.pcgamesn.com The Stellar Blade PC port seems suddenly closer to reality, as Shift Up drops a mysterious new listing

We're maybe one step closer to the Stellar Blade PC port, as a new Shift Up job listing indicates that the team is starting on it real soon.

The Stellar Blade PC port seems suddenly closer to reality, as Shift Up drops a mysterious new listing
0
5
www.ign.com Respawn Announces Changes to Apex Legends Battle Pass After Community Outcry - IGN

On July 8th, EA and Respawn Entertainment introduced a new Apex Legends Battle Pass system for Season 22. But after many of the new Battle Pass changes proved unpopular, Respawn is apologizing for its handling of the shift, and making some changes in response to criticism.

Respawn Announces Changes to Apex Legends Battle Pass After Community Outcry - IGN
2
4

Asus’ new ROG Ally software is broken. The brand new ACSE 1.5 software is entering a never ending install loop, but thankfully some ROG Ally owners have figured out a fix

www.pcgamesn.com Asus’ new ROG Ally software is broken. Here’s how to fix it

The brand new ACSE 1.5 software is entering a never ending install loop, but thankfully some ROG Ally owners have figured out a fix.

Asus’ new ROG Ally software is broken. Here’s how to fix it
  • Find the Armoury Crate SE shortcut on the Windows desktop
  • Right-click the logo
  • Select ‘Settings’ in the menu
  • Find the ‘Reset’ action near the bottom of the menu and select it
  • Once complete, restart your ROG Ally
12

Night zookeeper bodycam horror simulation game Zoochosis will launch for PC via Steam on September 23, developer Clapperheads announced.

www.gematsu.com Zoochosis launches September 23

Night zookeeper bodycam horror simulation game Zoochosis will launch for PC via Steam on September 23, developer Clapperheads announced.

Zoochosis launches September 23
2

Indie publisher Humble Games has reportedly been closed

Indie publisher Humble Games has reportedly been closed | VGC
9

Capcom Says Mega Man is “Highly Valued” and is Considering How to “Create Games for it on an Ongoing Basis”

8

CONSCRIPT released on Steam

store.steampowered.com CONSCRIPT on Steam

During the First World War, a lone French soldier must navigate twisted trenches, scavenge for limited supplies and solve complex puzzles - all whilst fighting for survival in the midst of mankind’s most brutal and horrifying conflict. CONSCRIPT is a new take on classic survival horror.

CONSCRIPT on Steam
0
www.gamingonlinux.com Proton Experimental gets fixes for Ubisoft Connect, Once Human, Burnout Paradise Remastered

July 22nd saw a new release of Proton Experimental from Valve, as work continues as always towards the next main release of the Windows compatibility layer for Linux desktop and Steam Deck.

Proton Experimental gets fixes for Ubisoft Connect, Once Human, Burnout Paradise Remastered
0
www.gamingonlinux.com ChimeraOS 46 brings major upgrades and enhanced handheld support for GPD, AYANEO, OneXPlayer

ChimeraOS Linux 46 has released today and there's a whole lot of improvements for this handheld and couch-gaming focused Linux distro.

ChimeraOS 46 brings major upgrades and enhanced handheld support for GPD, AYANEO, OneXPlayer
0
www.pcgamer.com Stardew Valley creator swears 'on the honor of my family name' that he'll never charge money for DLC

"Screencap this and shame me if I ever violate this oath," Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone said on Twitter.

Stardew Valley creator swears 'on the honor of my family name' that he'll never charge money for DLC
16
0

This is not a typo: The world's fastest gaming monitor may well be this ancient IIyama CRT unit, pushed to 700 Hz at a glorious 120p resolution

54

Amnesia: The Bunker on Steam

store.steampowered.com Save 50% on Amnesia: The Bunker on Steam

Amnesia: The Bunker is a first-person horror game set in a WW1 bunker. A relentless, AI-driven monster stalks you. Survival depends on finding tools, crafting items, and keeping the lights on.

Save 50% on Amnesia: The Bunker on Steam
0
yt.artemislena.eu BONK JAM - Quake Mod Release Trailer

18 MAPS | 22 HAMMERS | INFINITE BONKAGE Slipseer: https://www.slipseer.com/index.php?resources/bonk-jam.373/ ModDB: https://www.moddb.com/mods/bonk-jam Song: https://youtu.be/uints81YYMc

BONK JAM - Quake Mod Release Trailer
2
www.gamingonlinux.com Fanatical just launched an Elite Collection Steam Deck bundle

If you need some more interesting games for Steam Deck (and desktop Linux!), Fanatical launched the Build your own Play on the Go - Elite Collection.

Fanatical just launched an Elite Collection Steam Deck bundle
2
Poll shows 84% of PC users unwilling to pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware
  • yeah but it didn’t try to lock him into a subscription plan or software ecosystem

    Not AI fault, the first one (killed) was a remotely controlled by the product of a big corp (Skynet), the other one was a local, offline one.

    Moral of the story: there's difference between the AI that runs locally on your GPU and the one that runs on Elon's remote servers... and that difference may be life or death.

  • Poll shows 84% of PC users unwilling to pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware
  • Didn't John Connor befriend the second IA he find?

  • Poll shows 84% of PC users unwilling to pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware
  • All your unattended date will be taken (and some of the attended one). This doesn't mean you should stop to attend your data. Even of you're somehow forced to use Windows instead open alternative, it doesn't mean you can't dual boot or use other privacy conscious devices when dealing with your sensitive data.

    Closed/proprietary OS and hardware driver can't be considered safe by design)

  • Poll shows 84% of PC users unwilling to pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware
  • I don't think the poll question was well made... "would you like part away from your money for..." vaguely shakes hand in air "...ai?"

    People is already paying for "ai" even before chatGPT came out to popularize things: DLSS

  • Classic Marathon 2 free on Steam
  • You have to address this question to Aleph One team themselves who set up everything up on Steam; my guess, is that they are looking for reachability of their works and, thus, keep the IP alive in the public conscious (the original IP concept, at least)

  • Larian CEO Swen Vincke says there were only two other RPG series he was interested in working on if he couldn't get Baldur's Gate: Fallout and Ultima
  • That's EA for you, with Richard Garriot understanding what EA is really all about even before EA themselves knew it.

  • Nintendo Switch 2 performance boost to fall short of Valve's Steam Deck
  • The issue with Nintendo is that to their true core, they are still a of card games company that inspire to become the next Disney. The problem with GameCube was polluted with the "for family first", without realize that their original NES '80 kids where 15~20 year older... not little child anymore. People didn't want the "Super Mario Sunshine" console, they wanted Resident Evil 4, Silent Hill 2~3 kind of console. The people that buy today the switch are probably clueless parent that buy the "for child" console... or a Nintendo Adult as parallel for Disney Adult.

  • AMD vs Intel: Which CPUs Are Better in 2024?
  • I've removed the line from the line to better adhere to TomHW writing.

  • PC gamers are finally embracing the controller, as usage triples [increase to 15% from 5% over the last six years]
  • Thanks for bring this up, now I've fixed from "15% increase to " increase to 15% from 5%". Should be more clear

  • Linux remains above 2% on the Steam Survey for June 2024
  • Depend on the flow, when the gaming industry row against it (ie: Epic store exclusivity to exclude Linux's support by indie develeopers, Anti-cheat that bar Linux support away) Linux adoption stay around 1% while sustaining the growth of PC gaming (it mean Linux keep growth together anyway).

    Now, with SteamDeck we have a situation where the "row against" is still there, albeit much lower because publisher AAA aren't too sure they want to be kept out SteamDeck's business.

    We still see how much fast Linux adoption will growth when the industry goes "neutral" (aka: do not go against with Anticheat)... and even when, someday maybe, they will just "support".

    So far now, Linux is going great if you consider AAA publisher did fail to sink it down (the only single big entity that openly support (not even exclusively) is Valve).

    When you go against the flow you look slow: but the energy behind you is double than anybody else.

  • Free Palworld update pushes Steam players up by 800%
  • Currently in the industry there are two ways to get the "big money" without resort on MTX and GaaS.

    1. "big day one selling carnival". With few exception with titles such as Skyrim and GTAV (which have multiple "day one" or duble-dip), this is how the AAA industry makes the big money: the very first days is where the publisher try to recover+earn money as whole. Later copies sold are mostly for bundles or special offer.

    2. Early Access program. That's where Palworld fall into. With few exceptions, this is the primary tool for indie developer that can't invest money in marketing "big day one carnival". It's safer because route because they don't to compete with the "day one carnival" from other AAA publisher. And can know straight away how much money they need to scale up (or down) their vision for the project (something WB couldn't have when they went the suicide squad route)

    Basically, for Palworld have success (or not) alter how the product scale the game itself will be.

  • Dead Game News: Response from the European Commission [companies shut down single player games you bought with always online DRM]
  • "Because people would stop buying their games!" [makes] "it’s perfectly legal"?

    That's your logic?

  • Dead Game News: Response from the European Commission [companies shut down single player games you bought with always online DRM]
  • Selling things with no warranty is perfectly legal.

    You seems unaware that most countries have consumer protection laws. They cover mandatory warranty, health and security protocols (for physical stuff) and all sort of laws against planned obsolescence, fair competition etc...etc.

    Just don’t buy from Ubisoft! It’s easy!

    If you're unaware that Ubisoft is going against consumer laws... well, of course you say so. Make yourself a question. If it's perfectly legal for Ubisoft to "shut down" phisical videogames you bought in the store: why isn't everybody doing so?

  • Fear Effect coming to PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC in 2025
  • To put the PS4 under strain, the production value should reach at the very minimum Red Dead Redemption II on PS4... I don't think this lowpoly PS1 cartoon looking redux is gonna get the same amount of investment as RDR2.

  • Dead Game News: Response from the European Commission [companies shut down single player games you bought with always online DRM]
  • It looks like you believe that EULA rewrite the law; big news: that's not how things works. EULA could add something like

    ...AND, SOMETIME, WE'LL BARGE IN YOUR HOUSE AND TAKE STUFF WE LIKE.

    After you have accepted the EULA and they trespass in your house stealing stuff, you know what will happen?

    They end up in jail for stealing the same as any common thieves.

    [BY POSTING REPLY TO THIS POST, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT ALL YOUR BELONING ARE OWNED BY @[email protected]. PLEASE CLICK ON THE REPLY BUTTON ONLY IF YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS]