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World of Warcraft. It is already ported to OSx so should not be to much harder to port it to Linux.
FYI it does run well, in fact better, under Cedega on Linux then it does in Windows XP native, so Blizzard, would love to have a native port for Linux soon.
lol u are realy optimistic about Blizzard!
I think many software developer companies have some kind of agreement with Microsoft to limitate the supported OSs to the Windows series. Apple's system might be only included too becouse it's is just another capitalist company.
You know, for Microsoft it's still better if your money goes to Apple...
when vista comes out (if it ever does) will wine have combatability? There are beta versions of vista floating about the web that could be used to delelop wine capability, of course there is the legal issues.
This is what I want to see ported, too. Apparently Bungie Studios had a Linux version in mind before Microsoft bought them out. I think we're more likely to see a Cedega-fueled Halo before a port, unfortunately