Updates To Linux As A Gaming Platform
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 14 July 2013 at 11:26 AM EDT. 23 Comments
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Last month we shared slides from a presentation about Linux as a gaming platform. After that generated much interest, the developer of this presentation has revised his slides.

Leszek Godlewski, the developer behind the Linux port of Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, had presented earlier this year at a European gaming conference about Steam on Linux, positive/negative information about Linux as it pertains to gaming, engineering costs, and other information.

After the Phoronix coverage of the presentation from several months prior generated immense interest, Godlewski has now updated the slides to address errata and such. Embedded below are the updated Linux gaming slides.

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