No, I’m using it to run server based applications mostly. Moodle dev environment for my wife (she’s an online teacher), MariaDB, etc. The database for my online station actually runs off a Pi3 with Raspbian and MariaDB. It’s shockingly stable and has miniscule power requirements. I’ve gone to fanless PCs with SSDs for my automation to save on power.
All games will never run perfectly. If there is no interest in GNU/Linux gaming then there will not be games made for it to begin with.
Better decide what you want to play. Then check if there is a GNU/Linux port available on Steam with Proton (which depends on WineHQ to my knowledge). If there is, install some popular distribution with dual boot. Advance from there with regard to progress.