Neoseeker : News : Neoseeker partnering with Overwolf to provide in-game access to cheats, forums and image upload
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Supernova1332 Aug 14, 13
Used to run overwolf in the early games that it was forcibly installed with. I was very unimpressed at the time, it being even less functional than Steam ten years ago. But integration with Neo is a hell of an upgrade. Looks like I'll have to give it another shot.
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Danger Aug 14, 13
This would work really nicely with the FM forums, make it even easier to post a screenshot. Doesn't look like it's on the list of supported games atm, will need to see if it still works. A similar setup with Steam would be nice tbh.
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Aurora Aug 14, 13
sweeeet
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elentier Aug 14, 13
I might download this a bit later for call of duty ghosts and total war: rome 2
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Miss Fortune Aug 14, 13
Long stretch, but is this OSX supported? Granted I'm not much of a gamer, but it'd be nice even though this portion of the platform isn't gaming centered.
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tekmosis Aug 14, 13
There's no OSX version (of either the vanilla Overwolf, or the neo version). They mentioned back in May 2012 "Sorry to let you down, I don't think there will be any in the near future".
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Xenctuary Aug 15, 13
quote Lesley Pro_04
I wonder if we'll ever see something like this for home consoles and handheld games? Because this looks cool on PC, which led me to wonder about handheld and console games.
Theoretically it should be possible to create a "live stream" for the next generation of consoles. An Overwolf-style overlay, however, would be far less likely. This is due to certain software restrictions that exist only on consoles.
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Miss Fortune Aug 15, 13
quote tekmosis
There's no OSX version (of either the vanilla Overwolf, or the neo version). They mentioned back in May 2012 "Sorry to let you down, I don't think there will be any in the near future".
Well that's just disappointing. All well.
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Xenctuary Aug 15, 13
Serene Guardian You could use Bootcamp to boot into Windows on your Mac. You'd open up a larger selection of games too.

https://support.apple.com/kb/HT1461
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Miss Fortune Aug 15, 13
quote Xenctuary
Serene Guardian You could use Bootcamp to boot into Windows on your Mac. You'd open up a larger selection of games too.

https://support.apple.com/kb/HT1461
Bootcamp is too much of a hog for me to run. I'd probably have to upgrade to a better machine anyway.

I'm use to wine wrapping, but I don't think that's possible here.
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Dreamare Aug 15, 13
Man, this is really awesome! Downloaded and installed it, everything seems to be working fine. Thanks, guys!
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Ropnap Aug 15, 13
I have a problem here. I'm lagging with it on.
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Xenctuary Aug 16, 13
quote Serene Guardian
Bootcamp is too much of a hog for me to run.
Bootcamp allows you to run Windows natively. It's not an app like Parallels Desktop or VMware Fusion.
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Miss Fortune Aug 17, 13
quote Xenctuary
quote Serene Guardian
Bootcamp is too much of a hog for me to run.
Bootcamp allows you to run Windows natively. It's not an app like Parallels Desktop or VMware Fusion.
It still bogs down my system regardless, so it's kind of moot.
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Charizard_2 Aug 17, 13
On average, how much CPU does this use on a 12-year old Windows XP Desktop?

Yeah, so, I guess I won't be able to try it out. It sounds really neat, though!
Once I get that new Asus ROG G750 gaming laptop I dreamed about, I'll try it.
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