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I’ve pretty much been playing handheld consoles. PSP generally, I also have a DS which hasn’t seen much use this year.
Linux games? I ran Urban Terror this spring and fired up lgeneral once last month.
Personally I much prefer the ability to use a handheld to play whereever I like and not be tied to a chair in front of a screen.
I remember you saying on your podcast that you tweaked up your copy of quake wars to be playable on an older machine I would be really gratefull if you could post what you did because quake wars isnt really playable for me :(
ETQW has been the main thing I’ve been playing the past few weeks (in fact I’ve been playing it with Crusader heh).
Although I’ll admit I alternate between playing it and cursing the day the designers were born since it has some annoying “features” but I keep playing it none the less.
Inbetween I’ve mostly been fiddling with various Oblivion Mods trying to figure out what to use for my next play through.
I also plan on getting back to fallout 2 and finally finishing it in the next week or two. I tend to get about a 1/3rd of the way through before getting distracted by another game but I am determined to see it through this time!
etqw, portal(wine), hl2e2(wine), xmoto, Sandbox, tribal trouble, darkplaces, lms3/doom3, blobwars, openarena, planeshift, wop!, et, wolf, FarCry(wine), supertux, nexuiz, kingpin, not to mention all the open source games my kids play.