Parallels continues to make Windows more useful than Windows actually is.
The ghost girl says not to get on the ship, so let’s get on that ship!
Tulpa’s the surrealistic one, TRI is the perplexing one.
But they’re doing it by starting the game off like every other horror game ever made.
Anna lives a peaceful life. How long do you suppose that will last?
We have to acknowledge Feral Interactive for understanding what games we want before we want them. As Mac gamers, we see the PC and console releases and often think, “That’d be nice to have.” We’d take them all, good or bad. Feral is smarter. They pick and choose, and largely make the right decisions. Hitman: Absolution – Elite Edition is one of their latest right decisions.
Data theft is an increasing concern, and as more companies implement cloud-based tools, managing data and preventing theft becomes ever more important. CoSoSys has updated their Endpoint Protector tool to help organizations get a handle on their cloud-hosted data.
Earlier this week, the gaming community threw a hissy fit when 2K announced they’re bringing the FPS classic BioShock to iPad. Maybe the more mature gamers who grew up on the Amiga will be more appreciative of the announcement Wings! Remastered Edition is coming to PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices later this year.
On Friday, Apple released a minor software update for the iTunes application for both Mac and Windows. The iTunes update is centered around correcting a bug that prevented iTunes podcast subscribers from being able to view new episodes on the podcast playlist. The update also addresses a problem that caused iTunes to become unresponsive while the user navigated the list of downloaded podcasts.
The latest Weekend GOG Promo is called Midsummer Gamer’s Dream, and it is just that with Leisure Suit Larry: Greatest Hits and Misses and Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail available for under $5.00. That godawful Magna Cum Laude is in there, too, but for PC only. This is one of those instances where not getting a PC port is a good thing for Mac gamers.
“Whoa, whoa, hold on, Hiner,” I hear you say. “The Sims 4 is coming. Why would I care about The Sims 2?” It’s a valid question, but one with valid answers. First, because The Sims 2 is the Sims before EA got all wonky with the entire Sims franchise. Second, because it’s been completely overhauled to work with modern hardware and OS configurations.
In 2015, Mac and PC gamers will have the opportunity to buy The Devil’s Men, a new adventure game from Daedalic Entertainment. Won’t it be more fun to play, though, if you’re, you know, in the game? Daedalic is giving two fans that opportunity during this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, both online at Facebook and Twitter as well as at their booth.