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[Archive] LINUX USERS DISTRAUGHT OVER EASY ANTI-CHEAT SUPPORT BEING PAUSED AFTER EPIC GAMES ACQUISITION

Epic Games Acquired Kamu, the makers of Easy Anti-Cheat, back in October of 2018, as noted in a blog post on the Unreal Engine website. The software is an anti-cheat tool used to prevent cheaters from flooding games. It offered support for both Windows and Linux systems. Well, apparently Epic Games has “Paused” support for Kamu […]

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Assemble Entertainment Criticizes “Bigots” in an Open Letter Describing Who They Don’t Want as a Customer

Game developers going woke is nothing special, the disease has plagued this industry for long enough now where likeminded individuals can clearly recognize gay propaganda disguised as a video game a mile away and simply avoid such titles and the developers that create them. However it’s another thing for a game developer to try the […]

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The End of DLSS – AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution Garners Mass Adoption on Linux with DXVK & Proton

DLSS is finished. There’s no denying that Windows is the operating system of choice for the basic bitch (like myself) who simply cannot fathom the concept of running a Linux based OS for additional performance benefits simply due to compatibility with programs and games. However Linux has made amazing strides when it comes to supporting […]

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Goodbye Nintendo Switch – Valve Revives the Pocket PC with the Steam Deck – Featuring AMD Van Gogh APU with RDNA 2 Graphics

The revival of the Steam Machine is certainly more appealing now than it ever was before. For awhile now I’ve been rather fascinated over the revelations made to the mobile “pocket PC” what with the Aya Neo and GPD Win 3 which essentially gives you a complete Windows based desktop experience albeit in a rather […]

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