"For a long time it's been simple--if you want to play the
latest, fastest games, install Windows. Announcements in the last
few days show that may change.
"Unfortunately, the range and quality of free software games on
Linux is limited. Not that there are not games to play (for
example, see the Morphix live-CD). But the latest and greatest
games, like Unreal Tournament, Quake and Half-Life, have typically
been Windows-only releases.
"But with Microsoft's delays in getting Windows support for
AMD64 to market, game developers are looking to Linux to fill the
64-bit gap, until Windows properly supports AMD64 sometime in
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