Bad Boy Bubby wrote:I'm really only waiting for cs:go but I might be tempted by Age of Empires
semicolon wrote:Would be great if more games supported linux, then nobody would have a valid excuse to use windows anymore.
Orbmiser wrote:Haven't checked but if I bought a PC windows version and they also allowed me a Linux version for free.
Then would alleviate my fears of lost cash.
Orbmiser wrote:I'm hesitant as on very limited income. So even $10 is significant and game would just have to work.
Running open driver on Amd 3.0ghz dual core with Ati 4350 and seems to run Sauerbraten: Cube 2 fine.
bigj231 wrote:I just wish they would have given us L4D2. It seemed like they did all the work, but never released it.
Bad Boy Bubby wrote:I dont really like CSS it does not play the same as the original game and is very poor for hit boxes and hit registration. Which is why you sometimes get shot after moving out of the line of fire. Generally the gameplay in CSS is poor compared to the skill of the original 1.6 version. CS:GO is looking promising at being more like the original game but with the better graphics of CSS.
Bad Boy Bubby wrote:PS. On your other note about all steam games coming to linux this is not true, only valve have committed to getting all there games running on linux. Games from other vendors may not be ported over.
Condorman wrote:I'd really love to be able to play Pro Evolution Soccer on my Linux Mint PC. It's the one game I'd really love to see in Steam, though I don't particularly expect it to happen if I'm honest.
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