> The Librem 5 running PureOS for gaming is starting to look a lot like PC gaming thanks to the investment Purism has made in a convergent operating system that powers all our products.
Please... I love the work you guys put into mobile GNU/Linux, but the marketing is terrible.
Those games can run on decades year old GPUs, so it isn't really a thing that should be bragged about.
@TheMainOne you might not be the target audience..
@craftyguy who is the target audience?
@TheMainOne people who aren't expecting to play AAA titles on their phones, probably.
@craftyguy you're right about that, but how is it "starting to look a lot like PC gaming" when no games remotely look close to a decently graphical PC game, even to games that came out in 2012?
As said before, this is terrible marketing
@purism Battle for Wesnoth was shown in the video, but isn't in the repos when I browse on my dogwood device. Was the clip from the video from source code?
@eyecreate @purism But it is in the repos:
purism@dogwood:~$ apt show wesnoth
Maintainer: Debian Games Team <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Installed-Size: 6 144 B
Depends: wesnoth-1.14 (>= 1:1.14.5-1), wesnoth-1.14-data (= 1:1.14.5-1)
Download-Size: 1 228 B
APT-Sources: https://repo.pureos.net/pureos amber/main arm64 Packages