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Hi!, I wonder, all of these forum ppl are gamers (hardcore to softcore). Either by Win or by Linux they are gamers with bulky VGA cards and Monitors. I like ...
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    Is non-Gamers out there?


    Hi!,

    I wonder, all of these forum ppl are gamers (hardcore to softcore). Either by Win or by Linux they are gamers with bulky VGA cards and Monitors.

    I like to see if there any non-Gamers or lets' say ppl like me?

    Can we have a POLL and discussion. Why games are that important?. Can somebody be a Win/Linux expert without knowing 'the-art-of-gaming'?

    Thanx, in advance!


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    I'm just not a gamer.....

    I guess I wouldn't know a good game if I dropped it on my foot

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    I game...but only with friends or at LAN shindigs....with friends. Screw going online and pwning n00blets...lol...more fun just with people you know.

    I play mostly BF1942, Rise of Nations, HL2, CS:S, Farcry, UT2004, and Battlefront.

    I am MODERATE at all of them! yay!

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    I play HL, Team Fortress, Starcraft and Trespasser, all which run very well in Linux with Cedega.
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    Closest I come to "gaming" is playing Gnocatan.

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    So far sooo good keep going people!

    Long live the 'non-Gamer'!

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    Well, i think i join the non-gamers group
    My sort of entertainment lies in configuring the system and trying to write (more or less usefull) scripts.
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    What's a game?
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    I voted 'gamer' but the truth is that I'm a half-arsed gamer (if I can say 'arsed' in your esteemed company )

    I only play demos these days, and lately I've been trying to complete campaigns in The Battle for Wesnoth, which is a turn based strategy game for *nixs My ATI card actually lets me play UT2K, with rather odd Open GL rendering effects ... And on Mandriva too. A miracle!

    I like to play the occasional MUD, but at the moment don't have the time
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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    Recently I have been playing Guild Wars, spending a few hours a week on it. When I start to play one game I kinda forget about the last one I played.
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