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  • Raffaele-Linuxiano
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    The announcement dates from shortly after the denial of Doug Lombardi.

    P.S.: Sorry for the double post.

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  • mugginz
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    Originally posted by d2kx View Post
    Old news is old.
    So how old is the old news that's old?

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  • Wyatt
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    I'm interested that OilRush seems to be largely (entirely?) naval; it's an interesting angle for an RTS, and hasn't been done much justice in the past (to my recollection, at least).

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  • d2kx
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    Originally posted by Raffaele-Linuxiano View Post
    But this link is very clear:

    http://www.valvesoftware.com/job-SenSoftEngineer.html

    You are required to bring Windows games on Linux!
    Old news is old.

    I hear 2011 is gonna be awesome.

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  • Raffaele-Linuxiano
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    But this link is very clear:

    http://www.valvesoftware.com/job-SenSoftEngineer.html

    You are required to bring Windows games on Linux!

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  • Raffaele-Linuxiano
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    But this link is very clear:

    http://www.valvesoftware.com/job-SenSoftEngineer.html

    You are required to bring Windows games on Linux!

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  • tommis
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    Originally posted by Rabauke View Post
    Har har, good one!
    If Samsung NC10 is supported then my Nokia N79 better be too. </sarcasm id="really">

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  • Rabauke
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    Originally posted by devius View Post
    Is the Samsung NC10 one of those systems?
    </sarcasm>
    Har har, good one!

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  • RealNC
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    For this Christmas, like the one before, Windows gaming rules, Linux gaming drools :P

    Maybe for Christmas 2030 Linux gaming will have taken off at last. But probably not.

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  • devius
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    It's Unigine's OilRush! Yes, it's running on Linux right now on some of the Linux test systems.
    Is the Samsung NC10 one of those systems?
    </sarcasm>

    What I mean is:

    Are there any indications on what the minimum system specs will be?

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