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    Future of Linux Gaming

    In my normal adventures on the internet, I came across a nice short article that brings up some interesting points on the Linux Gaming scene. http://www.cooltechzone.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=0

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    Oh, that was a good read.

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    What linux gaming?? There is no such thing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcangeli";p="6511
    What linux gaming?? There is no such thing!!

    Eat it-----------

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    Granted, can play frozen bubble all day long... however, once I can play Counterstrike on my linuxbox... then I'll say that linux gaming has arrived.

    By the way, has anyone bought the new version of Half Life and Counterstrike???

    Is it worth it??

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    what Doom3 isn't good enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcangeli";p="6515
    Granted, can play frozen bubble all day long... however, once I can play Counterstrike on my linuxbox... then I'll say that linux gaming has arrived.

    By the way, has anyone bought the new version of Half Life and Counterstrike???

    Is it worth it??
    You can CounterStrike and Half-Life hunder Linux. It actually runs rather nice under wine, with a couple of modifications. Here is the tutorial I used: http://lhl.linuxgames.com/

    I am hopefully going to get a better video card in the next two month, along with that I am going to get HL2. I will have to play it under Windows, but hey, its Half-Life.
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