Godot's best practices guide should be followed by basically everyone programming ever:
Now this is an interesting development...
BT is including a free Google Stadia with its fibre broadband deals - https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-01-17-bt-is-including-a-free-google-stadia-with-its-fibre-broadband-deals
Figured I'd finally catch up and write something about a year of Proton, and the decade ahead
"Linux gaming at the dawn of the 2020s"
The Art of Code https://youtu.be/gdSlcxxYAA8
I will never shut up about this game. It is one of the most essential video game experiences to exist this side of the millennium. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-12-31-outer-wilds-goty-2019
Probably the best and most comprehensive look at Stadia, matching my experience so far. If you've been saying to me for ages that the input lag would make the games unplayable. Watch this. https://youtu.be/9uwunZ2a4gc
As expected, the monetisation is only changing to the lesser of two evils - from loot boxes, to a FOMO driven shop. This is how games as a service are monetised these days, all of them, and it's getting a little tired. https://www.rocketleague.com/news/the-item-shop--a-closer-look/
Software dev. USB-C compatible human w/ headphone jack. Linux Dev @ Unity, Linux tools contractor for Valve. Formerly @ Feral Interactive, Opinions = mine
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