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It's true, Half Life 2 is by far the best.
And although I haven't tried it, I was sure it also had a Linux port?
Can someone confirm this and if possible add it to the voters list before time runs out.
OK, here's a real tough one. For those who don't keep up on games, there are two mentioned that run on Linux, and are both free. Enemy Territory, and America's Army. Both of these are multiplayer, and both of these are very modern games. But I would say that Enemy Territory is better, the graphics engine is a little crisper.
How can anyone argue with two games that are totally free, and run on Linux. Both of which are very good multiplayer games. Enemy Territory and America's Army. These far outweigh the others, there is no comparison. You can have enormous LAN parties and not have to worry about distributing copies to your friends, how nice is that.
UT2004! Just because when I buy the "normal" Windows Box I have the Linux Version included! All other Games I have to download or buy a Linux Only Version. And with 2004 they even have a Tux on The Box
I hope they continue the good work and hope they will even support Linux equal to the Windows Version (Manual, System Requirements, Support People that know there exists a Linux Port ).