July 31, 2014

Linux Will Not Become a Gaming Platform, It Already Is One

The true measure of any great gaming platform is not the number of games available. Nor is it the need to have the same games as other competing platforms (the Playstation 4 doesn't need Mario games to be considered successful). And it really isn't even about how many total games are sold, though that certainly helps.

No sir. It is far more nebulous and subjective than any of that.

The measure of a great gaming platform is if people want to play games on it... rather than another platform. At least on occasion.

Read more at Network World.