@sneakycrow play games that run on Linux, or tabletop games with friends, or read books, or do something productive
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org while free as in freedom software is ideal, most proprietary Windows games are playable on Linux because of Codeweavers' and Valve's non-proprietary effort with Proton, and DXVK. The only major exceptions are certain games with harmful DRM, and not all games with DRM fall under that.
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org I agree (I don't play video games), though Valve has been using it to get a gauge on Linux users as a whole, and some companies are explicitly making efforts to ensure their games work well under Proton. Given the low quality of most games programmers, I see it as a workable compromise, and better than no option at all.
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