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Cell Shaded Gaming Gets Crazy Justice Next Year

Crazy Justice PlayStation Xbox Switch Windows

What happened to cell shaded games? They were supposed to be the next “big” thing but only kind of whimpered out. There were a few notable games such as Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker but not much else has stood

Dead Cells Roguelike Castlevania Style Game to Show at PAX East

Dead Cells Metroidvania 2D Action

As we get closer to PAX East this weekend we continue to learn about new titles that will be at the show. One such new title is Dead Cells, a Castlevania style action-platformer making use of pixelized graphics. If I

Live out an Orwellian Nightmare in Beholder

Fear, paranoia, mistrust, and a severe lack of privacy in the bathroom! These are all realities faced when you’re presented with an Orwellian nightmare. A world where privacy is a myth and the ever impending threat of death is a

Kickstarter – SMACH Z Hand Held Gaming PC

Hand held devices.  It seems everyone is getting in on the action of on the go gaming.  Nintendo is trying to bridge the gap between console and hand held with their upcoming Nintendo Switch.  Many clone makers have released Sega

Linux Makes Mainstream While Fans Don’t Notice

One thing that fans of Linux complain about is that it is not accepted as well as they would like.  This leads to lack of software, games and lack of general understanding by non-fans.  This is something I find funny

Interview With John Valentin Tears of Yggdrasil Developer

I recently did a preview of a new visual novel game called Tears of Yggdrasil.  If you are not familiar with visual novels then you could be in for a treat.  Basically, visual novels are graphical adventures that have more

New Visual Novel Tears of Yggdrasil Coming to Windows Macintosh and Linux

What would you do when faced with saving your best friend from an out of control vehicle heading directly at them?  If you are Yamakazi Kusanagi, the star of Tears of Yggdrasil, you do your damnedest to save them.  Even

Earn Bitcoin Playing Games – The Bittles on Android, iPhone, Windows, Macintosh and Linux

The article I did awhile back about earning Bitcoin while playing games is doing so well. This has shown me that the readers here at Gravis Ludus are interested in this type of thing.  Doing another list is an option

Tomb Raider Now Available for Linux

Linux is an enigma of an operating system.  On one hand, it is great for business and controlling systems that require stable uptime.  On the other hand, Linux is not a gamer’s operating system- even when you factor in interpreters

Microsoft Continues Support of Linux with Windows 10 Integration

Microsoft has been slowly but surely supporting Linux more and more.  Over the years, particularly in the early days, Microsoft had only offered patches to the kernel or key software.  Eventually we would see Microsoft release Linux versions of Visual

Linux Progresses on Sony Playstation 4

Okay, when Sony released the Playstation 2 one thing they did that was quite cool was to release, or at least not stop, Linux for it. Sure, this was a costly addition, it was still cool. Then when the Playstation

Microsoft Enters the Linux Market

It is apparent that Microsoft is definitely going through changes.  For one, they have started discussing, publicly, Linux in a positive light.  Anyone that has been involved in any kind of tech or gaming on personal computers any length of

Soulset New Visual Novel For PC Funding on IndieGoGo

It is not that often that I bother covering things on Kickstarter or IndieGoGo.  I don’t really look at stuff on those services as most of it is just hopes and dreams of someone.  When it is something that could

Chrome Updates Remove Notification Bar, Voice Search- Is It that Bad?

It is seemingly natural for people to make the transition from pecking at a touch screen on their cell phone to talking to it to get certain, basic, functions to work.  One basic function that cell phone users are supportive

Should Microsoft Enter the World of Linux with Office 365?

Linux is, and will probably always be, a thorn in the side of Microsoft.  There are plenty of variations of the free operating system that do a ton of different things. With that variety comes trouble in getting anything done