IS NOT true. The most you are referring to was about the games not the players.
I don't mind losing an argument if I am PROVEN to be incorrect. You used a broad brush to generalize the games that can run on LINUX to be like PS1 which is such an extreme exaggeration that it boarders on falsehood.
I'm not trying to win any arguments. That may be your motive but not mine. I'm just trying to clear the air.
but the fact still stands, most people want to play mainstream games (or they wouldn't be mainstream) so with most people playing the main stream games it means they will have much higher player numbers than the other games, you basically comparing games that sell millions of copies to game that maybe get a thousand+ players and even that that is small minority of indie games and generally the ones that move towards main stream anyway, so you can put it that way all you want, but the fact is most people will buy retail games, most retail games don't work on Linux, therefore most games for the average user wont run on Linux natively.
as I've said you are a minority, so you may have more games that play on Linux than don't but for the actual majority it is true most games they want won't play natively on Linux, all you are proving by stating otherwise is you think your small minority is more important than the majority that the actual game industry is targeted at, hell even most indie games are becoming more and more main stream and starting to only work on windows since it is much easier to get and work with a DirectX engine than any cross platform engine.