Tom’s Hardware ran a feature article this past week looking at the state of gaming on the Linux platform. The prevalence of Direct3D, graphics driver support, and Cedega issues are all mentioned as current shortfalls.
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>>The harsh truth is that you are not going to
>>get the same adrenaline-charged, bust-them-up,
>>shimmering lake and billowing smoke
>>performance with Linux that you get on
but i miss the trojan,worms,spyware,constant updating and virus scanning ( when is there time for gaming? – running your system is a game)
>> Games like Halo and Half-Life 2 aren’t there
>> yet, so if you want the best of the best with
>> NVIDIA’s or ATi’s latest for new blockbuster
>> games, you need to stick to Microsoft
Halo is a microsucks game and will NEVER be on linux. Why bother mentioning?
Umm.. Unreal tournament 2004 is pretty old i guess since it’s now 2005 – it’s not a best of best game.
I don’t believe the ati lies. I bet what really happened was ati was too busy butt-kissing gabe/half-baked2 and then ignored carmack. Then carmack said screw you and released doom3 without having his source code “stolen” like the rookie gabe(who still can’t linux code).
Playstation III will use nv-opengl and linux so that will force lazy game developers to use gl and will increase our chances of getting games.
400 coders at nv vs 2( maybe 3 ) at ati…
canada is where all the troubles come from ati,matrox, transgaming, beer, acid rain… etc.