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Originally Posted by techieMoe Phew. This is a tough one. I'm a First-Person-Shooter fan at heart, but I also love a good deep RPG sometimes. At the moment, Linux has ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Phew. This is a tough one. I'm a First-Person-Shooter fan at heart, but I also love a good deep RPG sometimes. At the moment, Linux has several good commercial and non-commercial FPSes (Doom 1-3, Quake 1-3, UT/UT2003/UT2004), but only about one good commercial RPG (Neverwinter Nights).

    My favorites for these two genres are Doom 3 (FPS - PC) and Final Fantasy 7 (RPG - Playstation 1).
    Ditto.
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    I love first person shooters, fps' are my favourite genre and then racing and rpg, i love a good deep rpg when i'm not racing or shooting something's head/heads off

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    Role playing. And not that MMORPG junk, I'm talking about a really good single player RPG. Hack and slash to in depth RPGs, real time or turn based, I like em all. Sadly, there's really only 1 superb RPG for linux (Neverwinter Nights and its expansions...)

    I want to see more single player oriented RPGs for linux! We've got enough shooters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afroguy013
    Role playing. And not that MMORPG junk, I'm talking about a really good single player RPG. Hack and slash to in depth RPGs, real time or turn based, I like em all. Sadly, there's really only 1 superb RPG for linux (Neverwinter Nights and its expansions...)

    I want to see more single player oriented RPGs for linux! We've got enough shooters!
    Agreed on both points. I'm all about a good, deep single-player game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Agreed on both points. I'm all about a good, deep single-player game.
    I sure wouldn't mind playing a linux port of Morrowind!

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    You know what. You people are lucky I like RPG's. I'm starting on a story to make one. I have to wait though for my computer to get fixed before I can start on the development.

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    nice one. i'm a fan of role play too Baldur's Gate is the best, followed by the other bioware games (Icewind Dale, NWN etc.) then FF7 then a good FPS game.
    Here's why Linux is easier than Windows:
    Package Managers! Apt-Get and Portage (among others) allow users to install programs MUCH easier than Windows can.
    Hardware Drivers. In SuSE, ALL the hardware is detected and installed automatically! How is this harder than Windows' constant disc changing and rebooting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d38dm8nw81k1ng
    nice one. i'm a fan of role play too Baldur's Gate is the best, followed by the other bioware games (Icewind Dale, NWN etc.) then FF7 then a good FPS game.
    Hey did you play Baldur's Gate on the Dreamcast or PC? I'm kinda curious if anyone has played it on the Dreamcast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatinglemur
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Agreed on both points. I'm all about a good, deep single-player game.
    I sure wouldn't mind playing a linux port of Morrowind!
    I second that. I've had it working in Cedega before, but it would rock to have a downloadable Linux client.
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    I have Morrowind for the Xbox. I never really play it though. It takes some time to get use to the control's. It's hard to even find what you're suppose to do. It's like do whatever. Also why aren't there any children in Morrowind? The closes I've seen of a kid was a wood elf.

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