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    Way out there, but it needs to be asked. Elder...

    Way out there, but it needs to be asked. Elder Scrolls 5? Not aware of any Linux hostility there (especially given that ZeniMax allowed Arkane Studios to release the Arx Fatalis source under GPL).
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    There's a mailing list for discussing the...

    There's a mailing list for discussing the copy-protection, and it was described a bit differently there.
    Particularly, this bit:

    vs what's stated at here


    So personally, I'm just rather...
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    Without GLX_ARB_create_context, there is no...

    Without GLX_ARB_create_context, there is no OpenGL 3, at all. Saying that they have support for parts of GL 3 because they have some extensions that 3.0 has in core isn't a fair comparison, otherwise...
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    I believe he had played it before, but I won't...

    I believe he had played it before, but I won't swear 100% to it.
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    Too bad that I've seen Steam refuse to start an...

    Too bad that I've seen Steam refuse to start an app because the system wasn't online. :P We had a guest come over one time and he brought his laptop with him. Our wireless wasn't set up at the time,...
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    Honest question(s).. Who will sell Linux-native...

    Honest question(s).. Who will sell Linux-native UT3? And since Epic is going to release Linux binaries seperately to run on the Windows version, that seems counter to the idea of being able to buy a...
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    I personally haven't bought the game, but other...

    I personally haven't bought the game, but other people have. If I had, yes, I would actually wait a bit more. As we can see, though, the waiting is trying on people's patience, and for a game that...
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    There is an official statement. The FAQ is done...

    There is an official statement. The FAQ is done by an employee on behalf of Epic. That's official.

    And again, I agree that Epic isn't required to provide binaries. All I said was that the person...
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    What about the older Turok games? eg. Turok 1, 2,...

    What about the older Turok games? eg. Turok 1, 2, and 3? They were done by Acclaim/Iguana for the N64, and the first two at least had Windows ports. They're a bit older/dated, but I remember them...
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    And you need the WINDOWS version to be able to...

    And you need the WINDOWS version to be able to play with the forthcoming Linux binaries. That's the current deal: you buy the Windows version, and the Linux binaries will work on it when they're...
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    And Epic has said that the -Windows- version...

    And Epic has said that the -Windows- version would be used for the Linux binaries. When a product doesn't work as advertised, you're supposed to be allowed to return it for a refund. It has been...
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    Right, as I said in the edit, I don't mean to...

    Right, as I said in the edit, I don't mean to sound like they "owe" us what was promised.


    Which is also why I think they should be entitled to a return/refund of the product, since it was bought...
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    Official announcements, however, are not...

    Official announcements, however, are not irrelevant. And unless WarTourist, or whoever put together the FAQ's answers, wasn't acting under their capacity as an Epic employee, that is an official...
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    Says here...

    Says here there'll be a mac/linux version to use with that box copy. :P This is the kind of thing that happens when a person/company generally comes through on their goods.. something develops called...
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    And if they say that, they don't really care...

    And if they say that, they don't really care about it running on Linux (as I've said before). Plus Cedega and Crossover require money (if not subscriptions), so a someone requiring one of those would...
  16. I think that's part of the problem. Those that do...

    I think that's part of the problem. Those that do know about it don't buy it. But not everyone knows, or cares, or knows just how bad it is. They'd only know something's wrong when things start...
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    I think it depends on what you see as "helping"....

    I think it depends on what you see as "helping". Will Wine/Cedega/etc "help" make companies port their apps to Linux? Not really. But they will (and do) help bring people to use Linux and ditch...
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    FYI, installing MS's DX runtimes does not give...

    FYI, installing MS's DX runtimes does not give you MS'd D3D. MS's D3D works on several layers, some of which being internal that Wine has no need to implement (even if there was documentation...
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    For windowed, because the resolution you render...

    For windowed, because the resolution you render to is normally proportionate to the physical size of the window. So if you needed to render to something weird like 520x370 to get an accepetable...
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    But that still only applies for known fullscreen...

    But that still only applies for known fullscreen modes. If you want a bigger windowed resolution, you either need to increase the rendered resolution, or render offscreen at whatever resolution and...
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