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Create a digital game collection

When you buy video games, you may end up with a big game collection quickly. Especially today with all these sales and bundles for each different platform. But how to get your collection organized? How to keep track of which… Continue Reading →

Steam Proton compatibility layer: The holy grail for Linux gaming?

On 21th August 2018, Valve announced that they are soon start to distribute a new compatibility layer. It’s exclusive for Linux and is called Proton. Proton can be compared to WINE but it comes with support from Valve. That means… Continue Reading →

Content servers unreachable: Steam does not download

If your Steam client gives you the error An error occurred while installing Your Game (content servers unreachable) whenever you want to update or install a game, you might have to check your network connection in the first place. However,… Continue Reading →

How to setup a 7 Days to Die server under Linux

Setting up a 7 Days to Die server under Linux isn’t as difficulty as you may think. The Steam developer Valve is providing a tool which makes it easier, even for people who aren’t that familiar with the Linux command… Continue Reading →

My top 3 upcoming Switch exclusive games in 2018

I don’t know how you feel about the Nintendo Switch. For me the Nintendo Switch is a console which is unique and different. If you put all three big players on the table (XBox One, PS4 and the Nintendo Switch)… Continue Reading →

[Review] Vortex.gg: An affordable game streaming service

A lot of gamers are getting goose bumps when they hear the term game streaming service. One of them may say that the latency is unacceptable, others say that an needed internet connection to play games is a show stopper…. Continue Reading →

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