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AtariBox, Atari Just Drank the Kool-Aid
A new Atari game console. Not Flashback, well kinda is, but also a real game console. It's Atari (the latest company), it's retro, it's modern, it's Linux, and it's probably going to be a success. It is probably also a SteamBox for at least Atari brand Steam games.
Steam support (native and Steamplay)
Space Invaders (emulator)
RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe (native port)
RollerCoaster Tycoon series (Steamplay)
Missile Command (emulator)
Rampage (native new version)
Ms. Pac-Man (emulator)
Warlords (native new version)
Gauntlet (native port, emulator)
Alone in the Dark (native port)
The Infinity Collection (native)
Crystal Castles (emulator)
Atari Vault (native)
Khronos Announces VR Standards Initiative
Khronos is the industry club that maintains things such as OpenGL, OpenCL, and Vulkan. A short while ago, Razer joined Khronos which surprised many. Seems they expected this from Khronos. Well, major players are onboard. This may be John Carmack's chance to un****over all the Linux users that invested money in Oculus, and he doesn't even seem upset by this prospect. Valve, AMD, Epic Games, Intel, NVIDIA, and of course Razor are also pleased.