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    If you're looking for something to allow you to play MS Windows games in Linux, the product that will probably give you the best chance of success is Cedega. It works beautifully on some people's machines and not at all on others, but it's at least more likely to work than plain old WINE, in my experience.
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    CodeWeavers has CrossOver Linux and CrossOver Games, both based on WINE.

    The last supports 165 games including

    # World of Warcraft
    # EVE Online
    # Guild Wars
    # Prey
    # Steam Games (Half Life 2, etc.)

    I have used CO Linux and it seems to be a good, fool-proof product.

    There is also an emulator by VMware.

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