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  • #21
    All I care about is a port of the Source SDK 2007 - so I can continue playing Black Mesa Source natively rather than via Wine... That would make a great Christmas present

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    • #22
      Originally posted by AJenbo View Post
      They have stated that they didn't have any plans to port the pre 2007 SDK's so any game that is build on thows versions of Source are very unlikely to come to Linux.
      That seems quite disappointing to me, actually. It bothers me to see part of a game series or developers catalogue appear on a platform but not all.

      May seem like a petty complaint, but it does bug me.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by Redshirt001 View Post
        As far as Skyrim goes, it's playable under wine with pretty much zero mucking around. Can't say I know about CS:GO's status though.
        Skyrim V works well with wine > 1.5.1x

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
          That seems quite disappointing to me, actually. It bothers me to see part of a game series or developers catalogue appear on a platform but not all.

          May seem like a petty complaint, but it does bug me.
          AFAIK all of Valve's Source engine games have been updated to the latest (pre-Source Engine 2) version of the engine.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by Kristian Joensen View Post
            AFAIK all of Valve's Source engine games have been updated to the latest (pre-Source Engine 2) version of the engine.
            So does that mean they will port them?

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
              So does that mean they will port them?
              I see it this way:

              How could Valve convince other developers to support Linux if they don't even consider to port their own timeless classics?
              After all this game universe laid the foundation to Valve's success.

              Btw, I'd love to play through HL2 + Episodes again on Linux before HL3 hits the streets.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
                So does that mean they will port them?
                Expect most/all Valve Source-based games to be ported, yes.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by entropy View Post
                  I see it this way:

                  How could Valve convince other developers to support Linux if they don't even consider to port their own timeless classics?
                  After all this game universe laid the foundation to Valve's success.

                  Btw, I'd love to play through HL2 + Episodes again on Linux before HL3 hits the streets.
                  Don't worry, with Valve time you'll make in time to finish it on hard, with crowbar only, running backwards. :P

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by ElderSnake View Post
                    CS:GO runs near flawlessly in WINE actually. Still I and no doubt many others would like the native port.
                    I get that, and that's fair enough, I'm just saying there's no need to boot into Windows for those games now, that's all.

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                    • #30
                      LOL !!!

                      After "hacking" (it's not really hacking) the Steam Client and played mainly ROOST4145 for some time i stopped using Steam...(i actually was having a good experience of it but stopped because of work).

                      Now in the begin of month i received finally the invitation to participate...but i won't !

                      ...not till i assemble my new mITX rig that is

                      This weekend i will order everything and hopefully will get them till next weekend...

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