So, what about Linux version? Is it being made or will it never come out? I couldn't find any clear answer, only some rumors. I personally don't buy games for Windows anymore, but I'd like to try Super Meat Boy. My co-workers play it all the time and it looks really funny!
Before receiving any OT answer to this, here are a few of the reasons for which I don't dual boot:
1 - I don't want to pay for a Windows license.
2 - I don't want cracked software, warez, ripz, w0rmz, junkz and crapz on my machine, nor invasive DRM systems that are no better than the average virus.
3 - I don't want to waste hard disk space for a system I don't like.
4 - Rebooting your computer just to play a few minutes, during lunch break or before going to bed, or while waiting for something, is unpractical, especially if there's any Windows update.
5 - I want to support developers that make games for Linux.
6 - By buying games for Windows, I would support third party Windows developers, which is not what I want.
7 - I won't allow my Windows system to go on the internet unless I have a good antivirus, which costs extra money; most games require online access at least for activation, which means I couldn't disable the network card, which means I'd have to buy an antivirus, which means I would support a third party Windows developer and spend extra money.
8 - I like to keep my system time on GMT+0, but for some reason from a MS' point of view this is unacceptable, and Windows would change the system clock to some random value that it believes to be correct.
9 - Suppose I need to check my mail or do anything else while playing: I'd be forced to reboot, then reboot again (which is even worst if Windows just installed some of its updates).
10 - Be it just savegames or data you inevitably create (wallpapers, notes etc), I'd have to keep multiple backups, either on physically different supports (or at least partitions) or on NTFS-formatted disks, making it extremely annoying if you reinstall everything on your machine or you just switch to a new computer (that is, without counting the extra time to install a second OS).