November 22nd, 2022 | 1 hr 16 mins
fedora 37, intel arc, nvidia, tempest rising, undetected
We review this weeks news stories on the HOT topic of Nvidia cards, CAMM, and Intel ARC cards main lining kernel 6.2. After the news we cover Fedora 37 how well it's treating our workflow.
November 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
amd radeon, duckstation, game emulation, intel arc a770, linux gaming, nvidia vs radeon, radeon 7000, rtx 4090, unity gamin engine
Our first live episode in a little while, we're going to talk about Josh's retro gaming setup and how Bo plans to max out his credit card on Black Friday.
October 12th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
alve, capcom, evga, evga nvidia, evga psu review, evga terminates nvidia partnership, game dev, game development, konami, linux, linux gaming, linux gaming podcast, nobara linux review, nobara linux streaming, nvidia, nvidia evga, proton, resident evil, resident evil remake, resident evil remastered hd walkthrough, retro gaming, retro video games, silent hill, silent hill 2, silent hill 2 gameplay, silent hill 2 playthrough, steam, survival horror games, unity, unity game engine
This week we're talking the latest Nvidia news / progress on my game idea and how learning Unity is going / drawing inspiration from 90s Konami and Capcom
September 5th, 2022 | 51 mins 42 secs
fedora 36, gnome 42, heroic games launcher, linux kernel 5.17, mesa, nvidia, nvidia open source, pipewire, wayland
We've been away for a little while to move and catch up on other life projects but we found the time to get together and record this discussion. Life has been busy but not so busy that we haven't played some recent releases and picked up some new hobbies.
July 6th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
ashen, final fantasy 7 remake, resident evil village, selaco, steam deck, valve, what remains of edith finch, xonotic, xp pen deco
This was a chill episode, a reunion after a long gap of time. We discuss some news items and some games we've been playing. Steam's Proton is becoming so good that we're mostly just talking about games now.
May 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 23 mins
fedora 35, fedora 36, ffxiv, ffxiv on linux, gnome 42, heroic games launcher, horizon zero dawn, jedi fallen order, kingdom come deliverance, linux, linux gaming, linux gaming podcast, linux kernel 5.17, linux podcast, mesa, nobara, nvidia, nvidia open source, pipewire, resident evil remake, the stanley parable, tux, wayland, witcher 3
In this episode we give our final thoughts on Fedora 36, talk about some recent Linux news, and review The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe.
May 12th, 2022 | 1 hr 11 mins
fedora, ffxiv, nvidia
It could literally be the apocalypse. Nvidia has a road map to fully open source the gpu driver by the end of year. Up next, flying pigs and a frozen purgatory!
May 1st, 2022 | 1 hr 2 mins
amd, arch linux, distro tier list, fedora, fedora 34, fedora 35, fedora linux, gaming, gaming on arch, gaming on fedora, geforce, gloriouseggroll, graven, linux, linux distro, linux gaming, linux podcast, nvidia, operating system, pc, penguin, pipewire, proton, radeon, resident evil, steam, tux, valve, wayland, wine
Josh drives down the east coast to visit me, we intended to install Fedora and review it but instead we played board games.
April 30th, 2022 | 1 hr 11 mins
arch, gabe newell, gaming news, gaming on linux, gaming pc, handheld, linux gaming, linux podcast, steam, steam deck, steam deck announcement, steam deck impressions, steam deck price, steam deck reveal, steam games, steam handheld, steam pc, steam store, steamdeck, steamos, steampal, valve, valve console, valve gaming pc, valve pc, valve steam deck, valve steamdeck, valve switch
My Steam Deck finally came in and in this episode I review it in detail.
February 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 15 mins
amazon luna, amd, arch, fedora, fedora 34, gaming, gaming on fedora, geforce, gloriouseggroll, gpu prices, graven, halo, humble trove, linux, linux desktop, linux gaming, master chief’s face, microsoft, nft hack, nobara project, nvidia, opensea hack, operating system, pc, penguin, pipewire, proton, radeon, resident evil, steam, steam deck, steam next fest, tux, ubuntu, valve, wayland, wine
This episode we have Steam Deck, NFT, GPU prices, Master Chief's face, and the Nobara Project!
February 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 26 mins
activision blizzard, amazon luna, arch, humble trove, linux gaming, proton, steam, steam deck, ubuntu, valve
This episode we discuss the latest news of possible Activision Blizzard purchase, Amazon Luna testing, and which Linux distro is the easiest out of the box for game performance.
January 12th, 2022 | 1 hr 21 mins
arch linux, gaming, heaven dust 2, horizon zero dawn, indienova, linux, one gruel studio, snapcraft, ubuntu, wayland
Easy anti cheat, not so easy after all / Ubuntu is looking for a gaming community manager and defining the future of Snapcraft / Testing Ubuntu Wayland x Horizon Zero Dawn / Heaven Dust and Heaven Dust 2
December 21st, 2021 | 1 hr 18 mins
amd, fedora, fedora 34, gaming, geforce, gloriouseggroll, graven, linux, linux gaming, nvidia, operating system, pc, penguin, pipewire, proton, radeon, resident evil, steam, tux, valve, wayland, wine
After some news we get into our distro tier list.
November 13th, 2021 | 1 hr 13 mins
arch linux, batman arkham asylum, dying light, guild wars 2, hellraid, linux, linux gaming, nvidia, pc gaming, ubuntu, valve, wayland
Back on Linux Mint baby! This episode we discuss several stories from Valve, Steam, and the linux community. We dive into Dying Light Hellraid and Guild Wars 2.
October 28th, 2021 | 1 hr 3 mins
baldur's gate 3, fedora 35, larian studio, nvidia, steam deck, valve, wartile, wayland
Valve hired compatibility testers for the steam deck, Baldur's Gate 3 drops a major update and runs great on Proton, Fedora is still awesome, and Nvidia is still Nvidia.
October 11th, 2021 | 1 hr 18 mins
acer predator helios 300, bloodystealer, gaming on linux, linux, linux gaming, ltt linux challenge, steam deck, valve
In this episode the cake is NOT a lie but maybe Github is. I'm not sure what that means. We talk about Linus Tech Tips Linux challenge and BloodyStealer before talking about new peripheral hardware we want to purchase. Oh, and we're getting old and first person games make us nauseous.