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    There may well be no official Linux port, but there could still be an unofficial client. id have a history of that.
    Either way, a Linux port will be done if it's done, and that's all anyone can really say at this point.

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    I just wanted to say thanks for linking to a video in a fashion that actually allows me to see it!!

    Running Firefox 4 without Flash, I assume it's the native WebM support which kicked in for me (I have the HTML5 beta enabled for YouTube).

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    Default Re: Oh no, not Bethseda

    Quote Originally Posted by kirillkh View Post
    Man, does this trailer ring a bell or what? I mean - do we really need a dubmed-down version of Fallout 3 (which is already dumb enough by any standard)? This almost looks like a troll. Oh wait, I think that actually IS a troll in the end of the trailer?!
    Bethseda is the publisher, not the developer. They are publishing it because they are a subsidiary of ZeniMax Media, the same company that owns id Software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adarion View Post
    English reader's please ignore the following:

    @Pfanne
    Ich glaub's erst wenn's bei heise steht.
    English reader's please ignore the following:

    und ich glaub es erst wenn es einen 5 seiten expulsiv Artikel in der C't gibt.

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    For those wondering....just use google translate on such short sentences. Works just fine. I can speak a little German and vouch for the results.

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    Michael are you paid every time you mention OilRush?

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    Now, if they'd just drop the stupid cyborg shit.

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    I don't care for Linux port of this, as long as it runs in Windows, lol. With all the "XBOX-only" and "PS3-only" titles lately, I'm uber-happy to get a Windows version.

    To those who say the graphics don't look that modern: The consoles are helping getting titles that actually run. Consoles don't get hardware upgrades so PC titles nowadays tend to run on hardware I bought two years ago. That's a good thing. Weill, until PS4 and a new XBOX are released, which should take some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bug77 View Post
    Doom3 was so bad
    I couldn't disagree less.
    Doom3, played in the right setting (dark room, good 5.1 speaker setup) and good display (preferably full HD or above) was gut wrenching.
    Heck, I plan to replay it again (on my 27") once I have some free time.

    My wife wanted to see what's making all the noise, stayed for 3 seconds and ran like crazy...

    I do agree that it was pure mind-less-scare-the-living-shit-out-of-you type of game.
    .... But IMO, it was very good at that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilboa View Post
    I couldn't disagree less.
    Doom3, played in the right setting (dark room, good 5.1 speaker setup) and good display (preferably full HD or above) was gut wrenching.
    Heck, I plan to replay it again (on my 27") once I have some free time.

    My wife wanted to see what's making all the noise, stayed for 3 seconds and ran like crazy...

    I do agree that it was pure mind-less-scare-the-living-shit-out-of-you type of game.
    .... But IMO, it was very good at that!

    - Gilboa
    I can only agree. Doom 3 is on par with Amnesia in scaryness, and I plan on replaying it again as soon as I can try it with surround sound

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