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  • dextro
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    Originally posted by d2kx View Post
    The plan is to officially launch Steam & Source Engine & Games for Mac in the next week, not 1-2 months.
    I guess that could happen or...

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  • d2kx
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    The plan is to officially launch Steam & Source Engine & Games for Mac in the next week, not 1-2 months.

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  • ModplanMan
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    Originally posted by LiquidAcid View Post
    All this fuss about a native linux steam client is pretty much uninteresting. Once we have something about a OpenGL backend for the Source engine... well, then it gets interesting. However I presume we're still years away from that.
    You do realise we already have that, right? It kinda comes as a prerequisite to supporting OS X, which will presumably be officially out within the next 2 months or so (currently in closed beta).

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  • dextro
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    Originally posted by LiquidAcid View Post
    All this fuss about a native linux steam client is pretty much uninteresting. Once we have something about a OpenGL backend for the Source engine... well, then it gets interesting. However I presume we're still years away from that.
    You mean you haven't yet heard about Steam and Source for Mac and how it's coming in 1 or 2 months time? Care to guess which 3D graphics API OS-X uses?

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  • LiquidAcid
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    All this fuss about a native linux steam client is pretty much uninteresting. Once we have something about a OpenGL backend for the Source engine... well, then it gets interesting. However I presume we're still years away from that.

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  • d2kx
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    Originally posted by birdie View Post
    "the Linux gaming scene"

    If only it existed.
    Good things come to those who wait

    In the well known presentation series "Why desktop Linux sucks" and more recently "Why desktop Linux still sucks", the presenter talked about small steps to make gaming on Linux a reality, so in the far future we migth get an AAA-title. What is happening now is that those steps are being skipped for major business right away.

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  • Pfanne
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    Originally posted by birdie View Post
    "the Linux gaming scene"

    If only it existed.
    http://www.wolfire.com/humble

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  • birdie
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    "the Linux gaming scene"

    If only it existed.

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