when I heard about the Linux share stats released recently it made me feel bad about not trying harder to game on Linux.
it's largely my own fault because I'm doing it on 64-bit Debian. I got a bit tired of dependency problems. building out a chroot just so I can cross-compile libs I need for i386 when muh Microsoft is still there and perfectly functional is not the most motivating thing I guess.
still, I'll definitely be keen to keep Linux after 8.1
and if there are no games for Linux. I'll just stop playing games I spose
No reason to feel bad. There's nothing wrong with gaming on Windows; I still use a couple of Windows machines, but I prefer
to use Linux. So, when games get released in both Windows and Linux versions, I tend to opt for Linux.
It's all about choice, and if you've already got a Windows system that works well for you, there's no reason to stop using it.
And I wouldn't look so much on the bleak side; I'm sure that games will be released for Linux in future! :-)