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well, since nobody's really answered the question bout cedega: It works alright with some games, and not alright with others. It really depends on the game. Of what i've tried, ...
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- 05-28-2005 #31
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well, since nobody's really answered the question bout cedega:
It works alright with some games, and not alright with others. It really depends on the game.
Of what i've tried, these work very well:
These work OK (sometimes):
Homeworld GOTY (The Non GOTY is reported to work, but I can't seem to get my version to work...)
Any Mechwarior game.
For a pretty reliable list go to Transgaming.org, then find the thread "Unofficial Transgaming Wiki" (something like that) in the Cedega General Forum. It's got a good listing of games that do and don't work, and is IMHO better than the official TG list.
Half Life kicks ASS in cedega.
Half life 2 I have yet to spend $50 on to find out. Some say it kicks ass, blowin windows out of the water, some say it's on par with windows, and others can't even get it installed...
They all agree- don't bother if you have an ATI card tho. NVidia is the way to go if you're even thinking about playing windows games in linux.
If you want: go to www.tuxgames.com
this site has pretty much every native linux game out there, sadly most still cost the same amount as they did when they were released, even if they're over 5 years old...
Hope All that helps
- 05-28-2005 #32Originally Posted by afroguy013Registered Linux user #270181
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- 05-29-2005 #33
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It was ID who announced they would release Doom 3 for Linux