Monthly Archives: September 2010

Impulse vs. Steam — My Thoughts on Digital Distribution Clients for Games

With Steam having effectively cornered the market as the online distribution system for gaming, perhaps this is a moot discussion, but I think it is still a topic worthy of debate. I suppose the most obvious question to most people … Continue reading

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Games, Pirates and DRM Schemes

I’m a PC gamer. I love RTS games and the keyboard/mouse input. I have an Xbox 360 with Xbox Live but I rarely to never use it and I will be canceling my subscription after it runs out at the … Continue reading

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GNU/Linux: The Open Source vs. Commercial App War

I’m just going to come right out and say it: Linux needs more commercial apps, and from my personal point of view, Linux needs commercial games. In the Open-Source community this is sometimes an unpopular point of view. And I … Continue reading

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My History With Linux

Well it’s been a month since my personal Linux experiment began, and it does continue. We’ll say that this is actually many iterations in, and I have had several "personal Linux experiments". This one is lasting longer than the rest. … Continue reading

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