How Gaming Can Save Linux! EP797

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Linux Gaming is more important than just being an open alternative to Windows Gaming…it could potentially SAVE Linux!

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  • Mr_Beezlebub
    Posted at 11:03h, 19 September

    I agree with you. Gaming is a good way to grow the Linux community. If people can play the games they love, they will definitely consider it. I know I am going to try Linux when I build my new PC in a few months

  • Jacob Mull
    Posted at 11:17h, 19 September

    Call of Duty on Linux! Seriously, it's the only thing Linux can't do for me..

  • Jason Hill
    Posted at 12:16h, 19 September

    I still love the games already available in most distro, Super Tux, Frozen Bubble, Ice Breaker, Never Ball, Widelands, Pingus, and Super TuxKart to name a few.

  • gerald cragg
    Posted at 12:31h, 19 September

    Lol, if it can play donkey Kong – its a winner…!!! 🙂

  • Sithhy
    Posted at 13:10h, 19 September

    One thing that keeps me from Linux other than games, is a problem with Linux itself… Mainly, the typeface of fonts in programs like Spotify, Steam etc.

    They're outright TERRIBLE. Jagged, blurry, stretched & look like from 19th century. It definitely doesn't help on Steam, where I chat with people on it quite a lot during the day, so seeing those fonts is really exhausting on my eyes & actually makes them burn

  • Leandro
    Posted at 15:57h, 19 September

    Back in 2014 Linus said that Valve could help Linux on the desktop. He wasn't wrong. Now imagine a world where PCs have no games at all, not even emulators. I bet the total sales of desktops each year would be far less and big enterprises like NVIDIA wouldn't even exist. Games do a lot for the PC market in general. The more Linux gets better at games, the more it gets popular as a desktop.

  • Geekoutdoors
    Posted at 23:57h, 19 September

    How Has Linux Gaming Improved For You?

  • XBANDtv
    Posted at 14:41h, 20 September

    I have been saying for years that Linux popularity among the masses would explode the minute Blizzard started producing native releases for their software (Diablo, WarCraft, StarCraft, etc).