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+ - Doom 3 BFG Ported to Linux, Fully Playable->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "No. The company that was once at the forefront of Linux gaming from as early as the late 90s, has done nothing other than make the source code — specific to the BFG edition — available open source. John Carmack even recently expressed his concern over whether or not Valve could possibly be successful in the tumultuous Linux desktop market. Therefore, it seemed unlikely we’d ever see BFG on Linux. So, who do we have to thank for this port?"
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Doom 3 BFG Ported to Linux, Fully Playable

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