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  • #16
    Originally posted by christian_frank View Post
    guys, first of all, please stop bitching about cedega and transgaming all the time !

    They give linux players the possibility to play windows games which do atm NOT work with wine or only work very poorly.

    E.g. Bioshock, Medal Of Honor Airborne, Red Alert 3 ...

    At least Bioshock and red alert 3 only worked poorly in wine (with low graphics) and perfromance was not good also the last time i tried..

    When you look at the new support games list of 7.1 you will surely notice that Bioshick is now a certified title. This game uses the UT3 engine.
    Cause they wanted to certify this title and therefore had to get the ut3 engine working, games like ut3, medal of honor airborne also work now.

    BTW: about the certification of Bioshock: http://www.cedega.com/forum

    The fact that ut3 works in cedega now has absolutely NOTHING to do with the native ut3 client icculus is working on.

    UT3 simply works in cedega cause of the fact they certified bioshock which uses the same engine like ut3.

    So, tg is not as bad as you guys always claim them to be.

    Christian
    We don't bitch at Cedega because we think it delays work on the native client. Where did you see anyone mentioning that in this thread?

    *looks for ghosts*



    EDIT: BTW: On the subject of certifying Bioshock: http://www.cedega.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10138
    Last edited by MaestroMaus; 03-10-2009, 05:39 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by MaestroMaus View Post
      EDIT: BTW: On the subject of certifying Bioshock: http://www.cedega.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10138
      Heh... No further comment...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by MaestroMaus View Post
        EDIT: BTW: On the subject of certifying Bioshock: http://www.cedega.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10138
        Business as usual then.

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