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Steam Now Has Over 700 Linux Games, What A Milestone!

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I remember the days of old when "Linux has no games!" was a common argument against using it. Now with developers flocking to put Linux versions of games up on Steam we are seeing over 700!

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Linux Users Can Now Buy All Valve Games with a Huge 75% Price Cut

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Valve kept its word, and the entire collection of games developed by their own people is available for Linux. Now, Linux users can buy all the games from the catalog with a huge 75% price cut.

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