Hello there Cooldudeav!!!
Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org. So, you are willing to play Windows games in Linux huh?
. Well, in the case of Unreal 2003, look no further. If you have the 3 CD's set, the third disk comes with a Linux installer
A fine list of games for Linux can be found here
. It's also possible to run many Windows Games through an installer. Here
you may find very cool installers. One of my favorites is Unreal Installer(Unreal classic, not UT). With that, Unreal classic runs under Unreal Tournament as a mod, pretty cool if you'd ask me
Another way of playing Windows games under Linux is through WineX
, an specie of emulator for DirectX based games. There's a CVS(free version) of WineX for download, but I'd recommend you to pay (it's quite cheap) and get pre-made packages for your distribution. Check out their Supported game list
and see how well it works before investing in WineX. Although not optimized for games, Wine classic
is known to run a few games as well. At Frank's Corner
you will find plenty of tutorials to help you setting up wine for both games and applications.
Hint: I do not recommend wine, but I do recommend WineX
Now, if you are into DOS games, there's DosBOX
, yet another emulator. Although very slow, DosBOX has a great compatibility list that you should check out
And at last, Linux has great Console Emulators... Unfortunately, they are very hard to compile, or poorly documented, but if you read this
thread, you will see that I've found a lot of rpm's for Redhat, Suse and Mandrake here
I think that's it....