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2-15-2011 @ 7:38AM
I'm older than most of you and have been using a Mac since the early 90s. I obviously didn't choose the Mac for gaming reasons, but as it's my platform of choice I'm a Mac gamer by default. What some of you don't realize is that Mac gamers are *very* loyal to developers who bother to give us a port. When Bungie was independent, I was loving me some Marathon and Myth and even though they now treat me like a second class citizen, I still play Halo. Same thing with Bliz; I'm a loyal customer.The sad thing for me is that I really enjoyed KOTOR on my Mac.All this causes me to question whether BioWare really has learned from WoW re: quality and wide accessibility. You can say that this is just sour grapes (and perhaps it is) but it could also be an indication that they are not spending the development dollars to do this game right.I guess we'll see. There is so much pent up demand for SW MMO content, this thing is basically a sure thing ... oh wait.
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