Two top PC games gain Linux support ahead of SteamOSNov 07, 2013, 23:00 (0 Talkback[s])
Valve's Linux-based SteamOS hasn't arrived just yet, nor have the company's living room-ready "Steam Machines," but a couple of notable game developers have already prepared Linux ports of their hit titles. This week, Metro: Last Light and Super Meat Boy both got the open-source OS treatment.
Metro: Last Light, which PCWorld praised as a flawed but unique first-person shooter, will be bundled with Valve's 300 prototype Steam Machines. Developer 4A Games has pledged support for SteamOS in the future.
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