Bungie Officially Splits from Microsoft – is Halo coming back to the Mac?

You might remember in 1999, at Macworld…a video game was previewed…it looked pretty awesome…it was called: HALO. Have you heard of it? Not too long after that, a company by the name of Microsoft decided to buy Bungie, who had originated as a Mac only developer. The original Halo still managed to appear on the Read more…

EA Games are now in the Apple Store

Madden ’08 and Tiger Woods ’08 are now available in the Apple Store among several other EA games. The two ’08 games have hit for the Mac only a few weeks after their PC counterparts, which is good news for those who are enthusiastic about the future of gaming on the Mac. I know it Read more…

Eve Online coming to Mac

I’ve had more than one Windows user tell me that Eve Online is one of the best MMORPGs out there. I’ve actually thought about going the Boot Camp route, just to try Eve Online out. Fortunately, I’m not going to have to because Eve Online is coming to the Mac in the next few months. Read more…

E. A. Sports. “It’s in the game…” – just not on the Mac like they promised

At WWDC this year the folks at EA game took up a significant amount of stage time showing off Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. They told us Madden 08, and Tiger Woods 08 would ship day and date with their Windows counterparts. Well, on Tuesday Madden 08 was released for just about Read more…

Star Wars: Empire at War Demo Released

I love a good free game demo, and there is a new Star Wars one for all of us to try. Star Wars: Empire at War single player demo 1.0 has just been released…right now the file server is kicking kicked in the pants so hard that Bittorrent is the only way to download it Read more…

Software Spotlight: Frenzic

The crew at the Iconfactory make some pretty awesome apps. From the simple to use Twitteriffic, to this awesomely addictive new game Frenzic. Frenzic is a puzzle game. Think Tetris or Bejeweled, but way cooler. In Frenzic you construct Trivial Pursuit styled pies by clicking on one of the open spaces as new pie pieces Read more…

Apple Gazette Weekly – Episode 3 is LIVE!

In this installment of AGW, I disguss Lionsgate adding films to iTunes, Cisco’s iPhone extension, Joost on Mac, a special shout-out to everyone who chimed in on the matte/glossy Macbook Pro debate, and much more! You can subscribe to the Podcast Feed by clicking here. For a one click iTunes subscription to Apple Gazette Weekly Read more…

Myst Online: Uru Live Opens Today

Myst is one of my favorite games of all time. When the first version of the game was released in the 90s I found it to be incredibly ingrossing. Even though the series has evolved in ways that make me like it less than I used to, I can’t help but be excited about Myst Read more…

Mac version of Direct X from Nividia and TransGaming?

Seems like I missed this little bit of info last week…and boy is it good news… TransGaming and Nividia are teaming up to lay the smackdown on PC gaming on the Mac.  What they’re doing is essentially doing is creating a Mac version of Microsoft’s Direct X using TransGaming’s Cider engine and Nvidia’s CgFX graphics Read more…

Lego Star Wars II coming to Mac

UK developer Feral Interactive has made the announcement that they are porting Lego Star Wars II to the Mac.  The announcement was made at Macworld this year…but I missed it in all the hype about the iPhone. I’m a big fan of the Lego Star Wars series, and I’m pleased to see this version coming Read more…