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Thread: Ho-Hum: Yes, Team Fortress 2 Is Coming To Linux

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    Default Ho-Hum: Yes, Team Fortress 2 Is Coming To Linux

    Phoronix: Ho-Hum: Yes, Team Fortress 2 Is Coming To Linux

    Many Phoronix readers have been writing in over the past day getting excited that it looks like Team Fortress 2 is coming to Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTIxNDA

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    The hat fever is coming to Linux

    This is great for me because i already own TF2 for Window$ and it was already confirmed in their blog that all owners of their Source game engine titles for Window$ will have FREE access to the Linux versions

    Can't wait also for CS:GO and DOTA2....hell, even DoD would be very nice !!!

    Now....BRING ON THE DARN BETAS !!!!

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    looks good!!!!

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    Hmm, interesting(?) mount names containing the string 'linux' (http://cdr.thebronasium.com/app/4)

    HTML Code:
    cstrike_beta-linux
    dystopia-linux
    episode1-linux
    esmod-linux
    insurgency-linux
    Counter-Strike Source-linux
    ageofchivalry-linux
    diprip-linux
    orangebox-linux
    pvkii-linux
    smashball-linux
    synergy-linux
    zps-linux
    dods-linux
    garrysmod-linux
    hl2mp-linux
    tf-linux
    l4d_full-linux
    left4dead-linux
    left4dead2-linux
    left4dead2_demo-linux
    darkesthour-linux
    marenostrum-linux
    redorchestra-linux
    defencealliance2-linux
    killingfloor-linux
    ship-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    garrysmodbeta-linux

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    I'd really like to see blackmesa-linux there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropy View Post
    Hmm, interesting(?) mount names containing the string 'linux' (http://cdr.thebronasium.com/app/4)

    HTML Code:
    cstrike_beta-linux
    dystopia-linux
    episode1-linux
    esmod-linux
    insurgency-linux
    Counter-Strike Source-linux
    ageofchivalry-linux
    diprip-linux
    orangebox-linux
    pvkii-linux
    smashball-linux
    synergy-linux
    zps-linux
    dods-linux
    garrysmod-linux
    hl2mp-linux
    tf-linux
    l4d_full-linux
    left4dead-linux
    left4dead2-linux
    left4dead2_demo-linux
    darkesthour-linux
    marenostrum-linux
    redorchestra-linux
    defencealliance2-linux
    killingfloor-linux
    ship-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    serioussam3-linux
    garrysmodbeta-linux


    That list is too good to be true !!!!

    Is it possible that is file-server related ?!? There are many games with dedi-server soft for linux but w/o clients for it...why 4 entries for SS3 ?!?


    I really wish that list is for Linux clients !!! Too many good titles right there !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSB View Post
    Is it possible that is file-server related ?!? There are many games with dedi-server soft for linux but w/o clients for it...why 4 entries for SS3 ?!?
    Well yeah, could be dedicated servers...

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    Actually that list looks pretty realistical for clients

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    GoldSource is also ported to Linux: http://cdr.thebronasium.com/app/4

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropy View Post
    Well yeah, could be dedicated servers...

    Yes, that list counts dedicated servers as software.
    A better list is here:

    http://marlamin.com/cdr/search.php?s=linux&searchby=os

    Then you can click on each item and see that Steam does in fact link to the game itself.

    Again, if you already have games in that list purchased for any platform (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), then you can play it on any other platform without paying a penny more. Pretty nice.

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