Não tinha nada para fazer e então resolvi apresentar brevemente aqui, nas Notícias do Facínora 124, mais uns jogos que foram lançados de graça que podem ajudar você a passar tempo aí na quarentena da Kung-Flu: World War Z, Tormentor X Punisher, Nephise Begins, Figment, RC Cars, Deceit, Hide and Shriek, Pleasure Puzzle:Portrait 趣拼拼：肖像画 e 7,62 High Calibre.
I wanted to go through my steam video game library and share with you some brief thoughts on each game. It's taking me a bit longer than I would like to get a review out because I'm playing Final Fantasy 13, Final Fantasy 7, Painkiller: Black Edition and The Last of Us right now, but I can't wait to get those reviews out to you as soon as I'm done playing them. Anyways, take care and thanks for watching! Brighteon Channel: https://www.brighteon.com/channel/JBrute54
The availability of namespaces inside user sessions is increasing, and Valve's Steam game distribution platform is taking advantage of this for better gaming on Linux.
A recent beta of Steam for Linux adds pressure-vessel, an experimental mechanism developed by Collabora to put games in containers. This gives the game partial isolation from various aspects of the host system, and in particular allows it to use a runtime library stack that is not entangled with the host's, with different games using different runtimes.
Meanwhile, the unofficial Steam Flatpak app distributed on Flathub puts the entire Steam client and all of its games in a container. This gives the Steam client more thorough isolation from the host system, but all the games have to share that single container.
In this talk, pressure-vessel developer and Flatpak contributor Simon McVittie will compare the two approaches and the challenges they encounter, and look at where Steam containers might go in the future.
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I use the power of steam in this video but not in the conventional way of turning a turbine. instead, I use the Peltier effect to generate electrical power. A Solid-state alternative to generating power with temperature differentials.
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Left 4 Dead 2 on Steam Linux Mint 17.3 64bit Online co-op in Crash Course finale. Nvidia NVS 3100M 256MB laptop graphics. Recorded with SSR, a freebie with some frame rate* and audio hiccups. *In the upper right corner you can see where SSR dips the frame rate. Otherwise L4D2 runs well over 60fps.
A steam locomotive is a type of railway locomotive that produces its pulling power through a steam engine. These locomotives are fueled by burning combustible material – usually coal, wood, or oil – to produce steam in a boiler. The steam moves reciprocating pistons which are mechanically connected to the locomotive's main wheels (drivers). Both fuel and water supplies are carried with the locomotive, either on the locomotive itself or in a tender car pulled behind.
It seems very likely that GabeN will compete directly with Google Stadia. I made an error that I will put in the comments. I cited how many xCloud servers they were, but that's Microsoft. Stadia is Google. I'm sorry, I caught it too late. Just ignore that entire section. Google is MUCH more prepared than Steam. Either way, it seems Steam is prepared for the venture since Microsoft thinks they can do it with only 54 servers.
The Destiny franchise borrows ideas from Borderlands and Warframe and maybe even Planetside. The second game in the series addresses the lack of a cohesive story and a central villain. Now that Activision is out of the picture it seems Bungie making some positive changes in the Eververse. We'll need more time to see just how much of an influence Activision had over the game, meanwhile Destiny 2 is fun to play and you should check it out.
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Welcome to the first puppet show RPG! Participate in battling a ton of foes, buy new upgrades, cast magic and recruit new Heroes. Or just sit back and enjoy the show as your Heroes fight on their own while you watch or do other things.
If arthritic can plays this, so can you. It is fun game that you can play for 10 minutes a time if you in a rush, or you can play for ages as it can become addictive.
It is only £0.39 atm, so it is pretty nice price for what the game brings.
Left 4 Dead 2 via Steam Linux Mint 17.3 64bit Nvidia GT 730 (900MHz) with 340.107 Linux driver. Online co-op in "The Passing" campaign finale at The Port. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is FREE but also stutters the framerate.
One of the things I like about "The Passing" is that the characters from both Left 4 Dead games meet and exchange some banter. It kinda lightens the mood with some wit and sarcasm. Louis, Zoey, and Francis aiding your team near the generator is a big help and lends to the sense of comradery that drives the Left 4 Dead games.
One of the most viewed SP 4449 videos on youtube! Part 3 of my SP 4449 returns saga, with all night shots in 4K! One passing cyclist finally acknowledged the train, saying "Pretty cool, huh?" at around 4:03 in the final shot at Ross Island Bridge.
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Left 4 Dead 2 via Steam Linux Mint 17.3 64bit Nvidia GT 730 (900MHz) graphics Online co-op in the "Dead Center" campaign. Recorded using SimpleScreenRecorder, which is FREE but also stutters the framerate.
I kinda go off my rocker on this one when I talk about customer "power", but the point I'm trying to make is that I'm nervous about granting Epic the kind of control that Steam has had. Steam has a reputation that grants it a bit more trust than Epic is currently earning. At the end, I'm just embracing a bit more minimalism in my lifestyle.
This game is pretty great for a free game that can run on pretty much any old computer you have lying around. In fact, it's pretty great for a game generally. I finish level 1 (or Map 1, or Stage 1, or whatever Doom type guys call levels) after a bit of work.
Steam is planning changes to its review policy that can only harm us as consumers. Review bombs, while not the most effective way to communicate with developers, movie creators, etc. are sometimes the only way besides voting with your wallet to let them know how you feel about the product.
I found out why the battles weren't getting easier and why I got mopped last time. Turns out, I have 2 class unlock items I never, ever used. I have significantly nerfed my party all along. I open the new classes and go fight the big, dumb robot again. I quickly punch him in his big, dumb robot face. Hard. NOTE: Sorry for the minor slowdown. I have another 3GB of RAM on the way, so that should help in future.
NOTE: Sound didn't record again. Turn on a podcast. The Tom Woods Show is pretty great. We fight robot turret things over and over and over again for awhile. We move up a couple levels. We have a good time. Then the difficulty curve shoots straight upwards for no apparent reason and I have no idea what the heck I'm supposed to do. I think I'll try again tomorrow.
The gang tries to break in to steal a lift pass or something, and decides the best thing to do is set off the security system and then fight it. The security system appears to consist of Dozzer Cannons. For perspective, a few levels back, I got a Steam achievement for beating one of these things as a boss. Now, they're traveling around in packs of 3, shooting poison nails. Life comes at you fast
After I rendered the final version, it had a clicking sound in the right ear so I rendered it again. The next time the controller symbol over Winterfell set in too late and after a look in Video Deluxe I realised that it’s still there, its just invisible at the beginning for no reason. I tried taking the animated controller image from the episode 1 intro but that one changed the exact same way. The only way to correct it was to use a part of an older already rendered version of episode 2 where the controller wasn’t invisible. 6 hours later that was done as well but in the controller part the sound sounded weird and the clicking sound was back again. Then I gave up and just used the version with no clicking sound but with the controller appearing too late. I hope you don’t mind. Just remember that it’s actually there, you just can’t see it.
Expenditure of time: 102.5 hours (12.5 of those to adjust the intro to the episode)
Programmes used: Magix Video Deluxe Plus Blender FL Studio Audacity Paint.NET Hybrid
Music used: Ramin Djawadi – Main Title (Game of Thrones) Half-Life 2 – Hazardous Environments Team Fortress 2 – Three Days to Live Team Fortress 2 – The Calm Counter Strike: Global Offensive – Main Menu Patti LaBelle – Ready for a Miracle Team Fortress 2 – Stink Lines The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – Ilia’s Theme
Okay. So I stopped and checked my equipment, and pparently part of the reason my party sucks so much is I forgot a few things. Like upgrading armor and accessories. Or, you know, even equiping some armor or any accessories at all. Well, I take care of that. Also, we now have a mech. So that's pretty cool.
Okay, so Fafnir s way more powerful than us. Sullivan (our tank and my favorite character) starts the fight almost dead, but we sort of figure it out, just barely. Then we find out the whole history of Skyborn... land? And best of all, it turns out Mary Sue may not actually be our main character, but rather that it's Chaska the well-meaning, happy sewer rat. And Corwin has a thing for her! Much better. Much, much better.
The party wanders around a maze for awhile then finds a giant lion-dragon guarding a totally conspicuous doorway. Given how weak they all seem to be against the normal enemies, it's back to make sure every Experience Point is earned first I still have a really bad feeling about this.
So we're still wandering through the jungle maze. I seem to be running low on MP items and haven't seen a shop in days. It also appears my main group is still too weak to be much help to the demon murder lady. I have grabbed (as you have painfully had to watch I am sure) every EP star thing, and fought every available enemy. Still my party is pretty well garbage in this jungle. Unless I'm missing something in the crafting/item department, I don't think my party could be any better right now, and they are utter trash. Except Sullivan. He can kind of manage to be hit a bunch, but then, he's essentially Red Batman in the story.
The day after Alda tells her story about murdering her old boyfriend in cold blood, the group goes back to hunting for oil and treasure as if nothing happened. I mean, yeah, they need her to help kill all the overpowered enemies in this area, but I think I'd at least have to make sure she wasn't planning to get all stabby-stabby with me too.
Just when I was starting to get a silly "Girls Are All Great" vibe from this game, Alda goes and proves to be a real piece of work, doing the most cold-blooded thing anyone has done in the game yet. And this is a game where winged demons are ethnically cleansing the world of "half-breeds." So, you know, she's pretty bad.
I assumed the rude devil girl thing was added to to the group to help make up for the fact that the group is still pretty weak. She's not really that much help. Everyone in the group dislikes her except Mary Sue. I agree with the group.
NOTE: No sound for some reason. Sorry, but if I skip entirely, the story will be missing an important part. Put on a podcast. I recommend Sacred Symbols or Knockback. We're heading out into the forest to find some fossil fuel for a mech we found in a cave. We need it to blow a hole in a jail and break some prisoners out while messing up a pile of flying racial purists intent on genocide. Well, after exploring every nook and cranny to find all the precious, precious EXP stars and some random loose playing cards. Priorities, right?
So there's a boss fight in this one, where I completely screw up three or four times, but am saved by the fact that I think she was programmed to nerf herself halfway through the battle. Also, apparently the party messed up and got the rebellion killed by trying to be nice to people. Harsh lesson in reality.
I tested Proton from Steam, running Pac-Man Museum on Linux and it ran FLAWLESSLY! Sorry for the lack of audio on this recording. The audio does work perfectly in the game too. Just this video didn't record it for some reason.
The game runs fine, but the Steam app does NOT scale to my 4K screen resolution. The text and menus are super super tiny. But, once you get into a game, it's perfectly fine.