Tagged: Mac Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Pete Davison 10:33 am on June 2, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: Among the Sleep, Krillbite, Mac,   

    Through the Eyes of a Child with Among the Sleep 

    Here’s one sure to tickle the Squad’s fancy: a first-person horror adventure in which the player takes on the role of a two year old child.

    (More …)

    • wrdsmth 1:06 pm on June 11, 2012 Permalink

      Mother of mercy does this look fun.

    • Pete Davison 9:48 pm on June 11, 2012 Permalink

      Looks great, doesn’t it? I love the idea of games told from unusual perspectives. There’s a great interactive fiction/text adventure title called Child’s Play where you play a toddler, and it’s very cleverly done.

  • RocGaude 3:34 pm on September 29, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Mac, Parallels   

    I gave in to my hang-ups with potential performance issues and bought Parallels 6 for Mac for $40 (yay for student discounts!) last night. It took just under an hour to install and update Windows XP; an act which provided me with 2 fruitless Saturdays filled with Boot Camp failures. It works beautifully. Now I just have to start installing games and see how it runs them. If all goes well, I’ll go into full-on gush mode when I’m playing the Witcher and Planescape: Torment in splendiferous succession.

    If you consider that the 3DS’s competition is arguably the iPod Touch ($299 for the 32GB model), the price seems fair UNTIL you realize that it’s a Nintendo product. This means we’re guaranteed to re-purchase every game we bought in the past and be left with an antiquated online store and multi-player experience. Pass.

  • RocGaude 7:58 pm on September 9, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , Mac   

    @zegolf Thanks for the heads-up on the Gamers Gate sale. Now that the Mac version of Dragon Age is getting more DLC love, I can finally grab it on Saturday. It’ll play a very large role in helping me forget last weekend’s boot camp fiasco.

  • RocGaude 9:22 pm on September 5, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Mac,   

    @feenwager I did that after installing all of the SP2 updates. I then tried to update to SP3 but it gave me some bogus thing about not having enough space to install it (after later research, I discovered that I had to perform a registry edit to make it work).

    Anyway, after rebooting to Windows, none of my USB ports worked. Lame.

  • RocGaude 2:17 am on August 24, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Mac, ,   

    I’m buying Scott Pilgrim on the 360 this week. Did all of my Canuck buddies already pick it up for the PS3? Hopefully not ’cause I need a guided tour through the salty streets of grimy Toronto. I hear that place is seedier then a blackberry.

    @feenwager I should have boot camp up and running this weekend so I can join in on the PC action, too. I don’t want to be one of those assholes who’s always bitching about why nothing’s on Mac when there’s a perfectly viable option built right into OS X. You know the type, right?

    Idle Thumbs is apparently kaput once more since a show regular is relocating to Boston. Major, major drag especially now that I’m back to my 2 hour daily commute again.

  • RocGaude 1:32 pm on August 14, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Mac,   

    @feenwager I agree with @zegolf. I just bought the Witcher, too, so I have to do it. It’s my duty.

  • zegolf 2:43 am on August 14, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: Mac   

    @feenwager No reason not to do it. Especially considering the paltry selection of Steam games on the mac. I have a Windows XP SP3 running on mine. 32GB is plenty of space for The Witcher, half the valve games and Beat Hazard.

  • RocGaude 9:32 pm on August 7, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: Mac   

    I am now the owner of a new iMac. I totally get what the fuss is all about. It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed using a computer.

  • RocGaude 3:24 pm on August 6, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , Mac   

    Scratch my idea for buying the Mac versi… 

    Scratch my idea for buying the Mac version of DA:O. It looks like none of the expansions are being released for it. No worries. Boot camp to the rescue.

    @bowlisimo Thanks for pointing out the only selling point that really matters.

  • RocGaude 2:22 pm on August 6, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , Mac, Never Winter Nights 2,   

    That GamersGate sale is triple-dipped in… 

    That GamersGate sale is triple-dipped in caramel. It’s the perfect time for me to pick up Dragon Age: Origins on the Mac ($20!) and play it as it was originally intended.

    I’ll also grab the Witcher and just boot camp it. Surely it’ll run fine on my new iMac.

    Man, I also still have my copy of Never Winter Nights 2 just waiting for a rig to do it justice. God I love PC RPGs…and being able to play ’em.

Compose new post
Next post/Next comment
Previous post/Previous comment
Show/Hide comments
Go to top
Go to login
Show/Hide help
shift + esc