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Valve News Archives

Valve Updates Steam Hardware Survey For May

Valve has updated their Steam Hardware Survey results to reflect usage statistics by their gamer customer base as of May.
1 June 2013 - Valve Hardware Survey - 66 Comments

Valve's Gabe Newell To Keynote LinuxCon 2013

Gabe Newell, the well-known leader of Valve Software, will be keynoting this year's Linux Foundation LinuxCon event.
9 May 2013 - LinuxCon

Portal Released For Steam On Linux

Valve's very popular Portal and Portal 2 interactive puzzle video games are now natively available on Linux!
2 May 2013 - Portal On Linux - 49 Comments

Korora 18 Supports Experimental Steam Client

Korora, the Fedora-based Linux distribution that focuses on desktop friendliness through a number of modifications and extra packages, has released their Fedora 18 incarnation.
2 May 2013 - Korora 18 - 3 Comments

Steam Linux Usage Still On The Decline

With Valve's very well known "Steam Hardware Survey", after showing some promising Linux statistics at first, last month indicated that the Linux adoption of the game distribution software was stagnate or on the decline. The April figures for the Steam hardware survey are now public and they indicate further losses for Linux gamers.
1 May 2013 - Steam Hardware Survey - 193 Comments

New Steam Linux Client Beta Released

Valve released this week a new beta version of their Linux Steam client.
25 April 2013 - Steam Client - 17 Comments

X3: Terran Conflict Hits Steam On Linux

It appears that the X3: Terran Conflict space training and combat simulator game has finally reached Linux, nearly five years after it premiered for Windows and OS X.
15 April 2013 - Terran Conflict - 29 Comments

Is Valve's Steam Client Bad & Damaging For Linux?

When I exclusively reported last year that Valve would be releasing their Steam client for Linux and Source Engine, most Linux desktop users and gamers were filled with joy. However, now that the Steam client is out in the wild and more and more games are coming to Linux via this digital distribution system, it seems not everyone is happy.
7 April 2013 - Valve Steam Client - 183 Comments

Watch How NVIDIA & Valve Ported Source To Linux

Curious how NVIDIA Corp and Valve Software brought the Source Engine to Linux and their game porting lessons learned?
6 April 2013 - NVIDIA Engine - 20 Comments

NVIDIA, Valve Share Lessons In Porting To Linux

Last month at the Game Developers' Conference (GDC), NVIDIA and Valve shared their experiences and pitfalls in porting the Source Engine to Linux. While talking about Valve's experiences, many of the information can apply to any game developer (or Direct3D/OpenGL application) wishing to come to Linux.
4 April 2013 - Game Developers - 9 Comments

Valve Publishes Packages For Their Linux Distribution

For Valve's forthcoming Linux-based Steam gaming console the first packages are starting to emerge within a package repository on the SteamPowered web-server.
2 April 2013 - Valve Linux - 40 Comments

Valve Announces Half-Life 4 For Linux

Valve has added Half-Life 4 to Steam and it will be a title for Linux without mentioning OS X or Windows support.
31 March 2013 - Valve - 11 Comments

Mir, ARM & Valve Excite Linux Users This Month

March 2013 was another interesting month for Linux users. The Mir Display Server, ARM on Linux advancements, and Valve's continued Linux game play continued to excite readers.
31 March 2013 - Linux Happenings - 4 Comments

Valve Has Been Working Hard On Linux For One Year

Today marks one year since an important milestone in the public history of Valve's Steam client and Source Engine coming to Linux.
30 March 2013 - Gabe's Communication - 5 Comments

Valve Releases Several New Linux Game Ports

For those hoping to do some gaming over Easter weekend, Valve has released five new games that have been ported to Linux.
30 March 2013 - Linux Gaming - 17 Comments

Valve Releases New Steam Figures For March

Valve has released new Steam user survey data for March 2013. Interestingly though, the Linux usage hasn't risen but rather appears to be stagnant or on a decline.
30 March 2013 - Valve - 56 Comments

Steam Linux Update Supports SDL 2.0 Final ABI

Valve released a Steam client update to their gaming customers today.
18 March 2013 - Steam - 9 Comments

Valve Reveals More Steam Linux Distribution Details

Valve's hardware/software survey for Steam that shows details about their user-base, is now showing a lot more Linux distribution details.
17 March 2013 - Distributions - 103 Comments

Valve's Day of Defeat Released For Linux

Valve's original Day of Defeat game and the Day of Defeat: Source titles are now in beta on Linux via the Steam client.
13 March 2013 - Day of Defeat - 78 Comments

Hardware Expectations For Valve's Steam Box

Based upon my extensive Linux hardware testing of enthusiast and gamer grade hardware over the past nine years on Phoronix and immense amounts of performance benchmarking, plus having been involved with Steam on Linux, here's some of my thoughts, expectations, and hopes for the hardware comprising Valve's official SteamBox.
8 March 2013 - Hardware Thoughts - 62 Comments

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