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Posted: Oct 30th 2008 2:29PM (Unverified) said

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Yay! NCSoft will now be able to nab all ten Macintosh gamers!

Posted: Oct 31st 2008 12:56AM (Unverified) said

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WOW was, and probably still is playable on my Mac Pro, EVE, and i've been playing EVE for 4 years now, isn't playable on a Mac. You can log in, you just can't really play. Transgaming's wrapper isn't good enough to run EVE properly... i will, however, reactivate my CoX account to see if they did a better job this time around.

Posted: Oct 31st 2008 1:39AM (Unverified) said

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The EVE client on Mac is better now than when it arrived. For me, it was utterly unplayable in the beginning, with like 12fps and major graphics issues. It's since improved though.

It's never my first choice, but to be able to log in quick for a convo, check my evemail, switch skills, it's great to not have to boot into XP every time. If I'm really going to play, I'll play with the PC client.

Obviously the Mac client doesn't support Premium/Trinity graphics, and that dev blog on this is now some months overdue, but I'm still glad they offered it. Were I to rely on this for my actual play time in EVE, I'd be a bit disappointed. But for what I use it for, can't complain really.

Posted: Oct 31st 2008 11:56AM (Unverified) said

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This is like an omen. I was just preaching the word of CoH to a friend the other day, and sold him on it, until I realized he doesn't have a PC.

He's now signed up for the beta. Here's to having one more friend in the game.

Posted: Nov 3rd 2008 10:38AM (Unverified) said

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wise move by the CoX team

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