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Sep 24, 12 at 5:18amzakislam


Mac release of Call of Duty: Black Ops due this month

Zak Islam - Monday, September 24, 2012 5:18am (PST) Like Share
Only two years late
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Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)

Oct 03, 12 at 7:36am
Rune Ripper


Would prefer World at War. You know, a decent COD?



Oct 03, 12 at 5:27am
ButchSmudge


It's only 2 years to late. Yay...



Sep 24, 12 at 9:05am
S-I-E


quote Canasta
If you're willing to shell out whatever obnoxious amount Apple asks for their computers, you can afford a PC. Also, there's nothing wrong with owning a PC and a laptop for yourself so you can work and keep connected wherever you go.
you are not in charge of my decisions.
please go read the conversation this time, i have the feeling you didn't take much time to inform yourself.



Sep 24, 12 at 8:44am
Huntereb


I said just buy a PC because I really hate the controls home consoles have to offer. But yeah, if you just use your computer for E-Mail and such things, I guess having a console along side that would be a good idea. I also know a lot of people that hate using a Keyboard/mouse combo for gaming, so there would be another reason to get a console.



Sep 24, 12 at 7:29am
Canasta


quote
i love a good looking game as much as everyone else but 2 home computers for a single user simply is not worth all the money.
If you're willing to shell out whatever obnoxious amount Apple asks for their computers, you can afford a PC. Also, there's nothing wrong with owning a PC and a laptop for yourself so you can work and keep connected wherever you go.



Sep 24, 12 at 6:12am
S-I-E


quote Huntereb
quote S-I-E
if i had a mac would probably just head into town and buy a console. problem solved!
Or buy a PC.
i love a good looking game as much as everyone else but 2 home computers for a single user simply is not worth all the money.

i personally like to combine pc and console at the same time. game on 1 message on 2 and vice versa. if either of them happens to be on idle for a while it'l automatically start up folding@home and contribute to it.



Sep 24, 12 at 5:53am
Huntereb


quote S-I-E
if i had a mac would probably just head into town and buy a console. problem solved!
Or buy a PC.



Sep 24, 12 at 5:40am
S-I-E


ah, seems they finally mustered enough courage together to bite the inevitable bullet...
i don't get why they port games for it. mac is in his element for office work and for creative artists alike. if you're the kind of person that likes to make music the mac is your best buddy but do it for the games and compatibility issues will throw a wrench in your plans..

if i had a mac would probably just head into town and buy a console. problem solved!



Sep 24, 12 at 5:18am
zakislam






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