I am glad that I haven’t brought this game yet and feel sorry for the people that have been waiting for their copies to be activated from Pro-orders and to be faced with just as many issues from the PC release. How Can EA get it so wrong. A massive company in the gaming industry to fail on such a classic game! Its a great shame….
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Tags: Apple, ea, iMac, simcity, simcity for mac
Tags: Apple, mac, simcity, simcity for mac, steam
Ok People… Tomorrow is the day that SimCity 5 will be finally coming to Apple Mac after a number of pushed out dates. I have found that lots of people have givin up on EA because of delay? Is that the same for you? I am unsure if I’m going to opt in yet myself even though I really want to have a go. Is it really worth the full price game knowing it been out almost 6 months?
Will it come to Steam?
I’ll keep you posted if I break and buy this game at the weekend and see for myself…
Tags: Apple, apple patent, iOS devices, macrumors, patent, silent disco, technology
I do love to see what strange things Apple might have up their sleeves.
Tags: games, iMac, Linux, steam, Video Games, Windows
I have been using Steam for about a year for game to use on our iMac, I really love it. It has a great chose of games at LOW prices. It also had this great option for “early access” for games that are still in development stage but you can still play and help to iron out bugs, once the game is complete you will have the full version for a fraction of the price. Have a look for yourself.
There is a wide range of games for most platforms. e.g Windows, Mac and Linux.
- Steam’s summer sale is great for Mac gamers (reviews.cnet.com)
Hope this is brought out in the UK sounds like a good idea. We have 3rd party company that dose this also, for the like of mazuma
Apple is about to introduce an iPhone trade-in program that will allow users to walk into a Retail store and trade up from an old model to a new one. We’ve heard some interesting details about the way that the program will work, and indeed, is working right now in some pilot Apple Stores.
The program, has gotten a bit of press today, with Macrumors‘ Eric Slivka reporting that the training for the program is underway and Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac quoting a start date sometime in September.
But the trade-in program is actually already being piloted in some Apple stores, we’ve discovered. Those stores aren’t just preparing internally for an eventual program, they’ve been offering trade-ins to customers for several weeks. According to a source, this program was presented to them as something that may not be available at every Retail Store. Some of these pilot stores have…
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