Saturday, February 25, 2017

Read more: http://www.apple.com/games/articles/2010/09/amnesiathedarkdescent/

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Here's proof that when the robot apocolypse comes the Terminators will be running bloated and buggy code from the Redmond campus. Could humanity ultimately be saved by the blue screen of death?

 

World in Conflict box art

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Steam logo on Apple iMac

Some great things happened last year for MAC games. most notably (for me at least) was the release of Dragon age for MAC in December, a game I personally spent 63 hours paying (albeit on a PC while working at Electronic Arts). But 2010 could just be the best ever year for MAC gaming

 

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Apple iMac playing Crysis

Welcome to Games for Mac.com a new site which aims to focus entirely on the objective of running PC Games on the Apple Macintosh platform (and running them well).

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Mac vs PC with Mortal Combat and Batman

Some people like Macs, some like PC's, some (like myself) a measure of both. I prefer the Mac OS for work and organising my digital life but use the PC exclusively for games.

But if I'm not using games, I want to be using the Mackintosh. Why? I tell you why...

 

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Left for Dead box art

The best way to play left for dead on a mac (like any game) is by dual booting into windows. Games on mac uses Windows 7 (see why).

Here is a test to see how well the Mac mini could run Left for Dead when booting into Windows 7 with boot camp.

 

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Boot camp screenshot

Let's face it, if your serious about gaming using a Mac you should dual boot into Windows. As much as this might pain/disgust you it is the best option and with boot camp it really is easy.

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