Quote Originally Posted by smitty3268 View Post
If your only standard for success is "how many people will this convince to switch to linux", then i'd humbly submit that you are grading on the wrong standard. I don't care about that, I'd just like to see a few great games and open up the floodgates for a lot more smaller ones. Do that, and switching 0 people would still be considered a success by me.
You seem to be greatly mistaken. This is not my standard, but that of many people, who think that games are the last puzzle piece that has to fall into place for Linux to conquer the desktop. If this has not to do with Linux adoption, what else has? Your fingers aren't sufficient to count the claims on Linux forums that someone's friend would switch to Linux in a heartbeat if it weren't for this game or that program etc.