Quick note that Valve hasn’t just introduced Steam for Linux; they’re actually promoting it very prominently, even to the point of linking Ubuntu itself on the Steam about page.
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Oh well if it goes on like this I’ll be playing games again it seems! :)
Just I hope they won’t start bringing in all the crap that you get on windows, where if you want to play a game you have to call some activation number or allow the OS to connect to the internet (yeah sure…) even for single player, then you have to register to some website, go to yopmail, kill the popup, get the confirmation email, enter some 20 digit case-sensitive serial number hidden somewhere in the box, go through a painfully slow install with updates, checks, crashes, downloads, reboots and what not, login from within the game… just to realize that if you went hunting for the crack you would have saved a good hour and played straight away.