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Hands on with the City of Heroes Mac Client

Recently NCsoft gave us the chance to get our hands on the beta version of the City of Heroes Mac client, letting us finally run around Paragon City and the Rogue Isles from the comfort of Mac OS X. While the client doesn't deliver anything new to the City of Heroes gameplay table, it is a...

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WAR on a MacBook?

Yes, it's true. Of course you'll need to run Bootcamp with a copy of Windows XP, but with Apple's recently announced switchover to improved nVidia graphics cards in their laptops, the possibility of running your favorite MMO on an Apple laptop is here. In an article over at Obsessable, they just...

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MMOS X: Second Life performance on a Macbook

MMOS X is a bi-weekly column dedicated solely to gaming on the Macintosh natively. "Running Boot Camp or Parallels" is not an option here. This column is for people who want to get the most out of their Mac gaming, as meager as it is. There aren't a lot of MMOs that fall into the "I've got a few...

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WoW laser etching impresses and inspires

Here's an example on how to take a really cool concept and make a bad choice. Not that we think the etching itself looks bad, but there are all sorts of other cool WoW designs the owner could have put on this Macbook. We certainly understand the meaning of putting the very image players see when...

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"Inside the Lab" podcast with the Windlight team!

Second Life is looking a lot more like First Life. The new viewer based on Windlight technology completely rewrites the lighting and rendering of the world -- more realistic lights means better looking textures and skins, and a world that looks and feels more real and up to date. Linden Lab's own...

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