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  • #11
    ^^ That's fine with me, as I've played through both games (plus the expansion packs for both) on Linux, and had a blast.

    I'll have to dig out Doom 3 one of these days again...

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    • #12
      Well, I'm hoping for 64bit compatibility!
      Doom 3, Quake 4, etc. all lack 64bit library compatibility.
      I run a non-mulilib system and hate when a game doesn't offer that accessibility.
      UT2k4 was able to do it and I'm not sure why many modern indy games fail to do so.

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      • #13
        I just tried Quake II for the first time thanks to the Yamagi Quake II project. It runs damn well on the r300 Gallium drivers, even on my godaweful IGP. I really love ID for releasing their source, even if they don't yet support Linux on launch day for new titles.

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        • #14
          John Carmack mentioned in this year's Quakecon that he is interested in doing some Linux stuff as it is his desktop OS.
          Source: http://www.quakecon.org/gallery/livefeed.shtml
          (Can't recall the exact time though.)

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