You game on a Mac. Maybe only when you're on the road, or maybe all the time, but you have Wow installed on a Mac and you aren't afraid to play on it. Take that PC fuckers!
Do Hackintosh's count? I once loaded wow on a hackintosh. And I was running it on Linux for a while, just cause i could.
But no, the only actual apple product i own is an 80GB iPod I was given as a christmas gift.
Gotta be legitimate install used to actually game, if only part of the time.
I guess I wasn't on top form with my humor there. I was really joking about that. I haven't legitimately used a mac since, oh, 1993 or so.
I play on my sweet iMac because I am plausibly computer-illiterate. There, I said it.
jokes about "8-inch Floppies"
I suppose thats better than playing on a
I think the TI-86 has a faster processor (and probably more supported applicaitons)
Um, I have WOW installed on my Mac....but sadly, WOW is no longer supported on my g4 :(
i raided for well over a year on my macbook til i finally built a desktop... its still what i play on for vacations! I can haz apple?
I mainly play on the desktop I built these days, But I'll poke in for small things on my mac here or there, or when i'm travelling. Which reminds me I need to download and update Cata on it. It still needs that big update.
It makes it really easy, just copy your Wow directory onto it. You can even play from the Flash drive if you want.
No, the desktop is a PC, the laptop is a Mac. I don't think I can just copy it over. The Mac version needs to be downloaded separately.
Your laptop is a mac.
What can I say. I'm not biased like most people. I like different OS's for different things. Plus I need to do things and check stuff on both Mac and PC and you can't do that (legally or with support) on a PC Laptop. Yeah you can make a hackintosh, but it's easier to just have a Macbook and have a boot over to PC. I've played games on the Windows boot of it before, I suppose I could put WOW on there, but since there IS a mac version it's just more conveninent to not go back and forth.
Plus honestly, speaking as someone who has owned more computers than i can count, from building PC's, to having a bulky Toshiba laptop with me in grad school in 95 when most people still didn't have computers, to my original TRS-80 with the casette drive. My Macbook Pro is the best single computer I've ever had, and the customer service I've gotten has been superb and far exceeds anything I had with any PC manufacturer or Software company. yeah they're expensive, and yeah you can't play many games on them on the mac side, but it really is unquestionably the best computer I've had. They're not for everyone though. When my wife's macbook dies I'm getting her a $300 windows laptop from Staples. She uses a web browser for everything. Sometimes a spreadsheet for finances.
"My Macbook Pro is the best single computer I've ever had, and the customer service I've gotten has been superb and far exceeds anything I had with any PC manufacturer or Software company. yeah they're expensive, and yeah you can't play many games on them on the mac side, but it really is unquestionably the best computer I've had."
I have Wow installed on my Macinbook Pro, but I'm a little afraid to use it. I occasionally log in from work, just to say I did. But that probably doesn't count as real playing.
So, I just noticed this badge.I play WoW/GW2 on my Mac Mini.I assume that allows me to qualify? :D