Greeting gbatemp society.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by gungunra, Feb 25, 2016.

  1. gungunra
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    Hello,
    Am I feeling myself? That GBATemp is the only gaming forum that Linux, Windows, Mac, Chrome OS users coexist together without fighting? I've amazed on "Desktop Show" thread.
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/post-a-picture-of-your-desktop.56484/page-208

    That there're so many Linux exist here along equally with Mac & Windows users. Naturally other Anime, Gaming, IT forums Mostly crammed with Win-Mac users 97% Linux population only 3%. But that thread 4 OS are around 30%-40% equally.

    So I decide to join this forum to see how this gaming society looks like. I've been sick enough of Linux Sarcastic Forum Environment. We cross-platform users always becomes a trolling victim on both side. I want to find the friendly forum that Windows, Linux, Mac users coexist exchange knowledge happily. Am I picked the right forum here?
     
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  2. cearp

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    yeah i guess, when ever i end up browsing a little of gamefaqs or stuff like that, mean people there
    enjoy + welcome
     
  3. daxtsu

    daxtsu GBAtemp Guru

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    Toxicity on this site lies in the Wii U section primarily, with a fair bit less in the 3DS section (it's much, much better there than in the Wii U section). I've not seen too many fanboy/fangirl wars here over OSes/browsers, but that's just my experience.

    Welcome, btw.
     
  4. gungunra
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    gungunra Member

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    Thank you I'll avoid the "red zone discussion" as much as possible.
    My goal is research about making Anime & Gaming Linux distro. Also I'm a Windows insider testers.
    & emulation zone is the best starter for gaming on Linux than PC direct-x requirement games.
    All emulators supported Linux as well as Windows. Most PC gamers didn't notice this traits.