I didn't want to hijack this thread http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=277411
but the question is along the same lines.
The way I see it you have 3/4 choices if you want to play a game designed for windows
1: install windows
2: run windows on a virtual pc
3: install playonlinux (which uses wine)
4: install wine (only)
I have an ancient pc game "Tiger vs T34" (WWII tank sim) but since my mates xp pc packed up it's been gathering dust, I see playonlinux as an extra layer on top of an extra layer so is it any better than wine on it's own, also is there any way of using a ps3 handset on pc games ?
thanks in advance for any comments