Sep 1st 2009 12:27PM This whole "gamers don't buy Macs" argument is sort of a non-starter. Of course most "gamers" don't buy Macs, but MMOs are not exactly normal games are they? They have the necessity of needing numbers for the social aspect of the game to flourish. Fanboy arguments aside, a successful MMO will try to capture as many players as it can, and I'm sorry to say, buy the game you like not having a native Mac client is making your gameplay poorer.
Some commenters on this sight love to draw wild conclusion based on almost no evidence to support their opinions, so I'll throw one out there for you:
By almost all measures, World of Warcraft is the most successful MMO ever. It has native Mac support. No MMO will ever be as successful as WoW without offering a Mac client. You can write that in stone.