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  • d2kx
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    A couple of weeks - wouldn't have expected this. But the client will be running as excellent as it could be, be sure.

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  • Extreme Coder
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    A 'status update' on the Linux versions of ET:QW:

    http://community.enemyterritory.com/...php?q=node/168


    Don't know if you've seen this.

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  • Thetargos
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    Hopefully ET:QW for Linux will make it out today...
    Yay! good news for Linux gaming! Now I need to get up to date my rig to play these new games!

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  • Michael
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    Hopefully ET:QW for Linux will make it out today...

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  • David
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    Originally posted by 1c3d0g View Post
    Now I'm just praying to G-d Unreal Tournament 3 will be everything I hoped for...
    If the stupid thing ever comes out =(

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  • 1c3d0g
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    You know, I played the multiplayer beta on Windows, and it was a huge disappointment for me. Graphics are horrible (and yes, I cranked everything to max), gameplay sucks and quite frankly, I think id Software lost the edge. Far Cry, a 3 year-old game, looks and acts (as in the bot AI) *much* better than anything id Software released in the last 7 years. With their current plans to introduce Rage, I'm seeing another Doom 3 in the making: 2-3 years late and already surpassed by better games (like the upcoming Far Cry 2, which appears to be similar in nature). Sad, really, as I still want to support id for all the games they've made available on GNU/Linux.

    Now I'm just praying to G-d Unreal Tournament 3 will be everything I hoped for...

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  • d2kx
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    Originally posted by Source Of Radiance View Post
    Will a 7600GT OC be able to handle 1280x1024 with decent settings?
    It also depends on your CPU, but it could be able to handle middle settings w/o AA. Try the demo client on Windows or the Linux demo once it's out (I guess that there will be one [if yes - very soon]).

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  • Source Of Radiance
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    Will a 7600GT OC be able to handle 1280x1024 with decent settings?

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  • Raven3x7
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    Thanks for the info. I hope AMD gets 8.42out at around that time as well although i dont really have any major probs with 8.41 aside from a distorted watermark in the lower end corner
    Last edited by Raven3x7; 02 October 2007, 05:06 PM.

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  • Michael
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    I imagine the client will be out within a week.

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