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10-26-2009 @ 5:43PM
not to start a stupid pc/mac flame war but remember wow came out on both platforms at the same time, and while mac gamers aren't a huge niche, its big enough to cause large word of mouth for Blizzards games via word of mouth for their support for the mac platform.All these others MMOs are PC only, and like I said mac users aren't enough to turn a game into a super hit, every little bit helps I think.
10-27-2009 @ 6:05PM
I think the market tapped by the mac-friendliness is larger than mac users. One of my most frequent questing/dungeon partners who is also a rl friend plays on a mac. I actually quit the game for five months just before wrath came out, and it was him starting to play that brought me back. So, in a way, I'm a customer who was brought in due to the mac support (although I use a PC)
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