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Half-Life now runs on Mac OS X and Linux, we assure you

Now with a Steam page that doesn't expressly list Mac as a supported platform, we understand your skepticism regarding the headline to this very post. Indeed Half-Life has been ported to both OS X and Linux today. We tried it on OS X and it totally worked, though we've yet to try it on Linux. Odds ...

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PlayStation Vita's Feb. 8 update adds video capture, OS X support, GPS tracking

PlayStation Vita firmware version 1.60 is set to drop on February 8 (as least in Japan), and it'll bring several major features when it arrives. Among those features are standards like GPS tracking via a newly added Maps application, the ability to capture video, and the release of a support applic...

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Unreal Engine 3 comes to Mac OS X, courtesy of September UDK release

A scant four years after announcing Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3 were coming to Mac OS X, Epic has finally renewed its enthusiasm for the Mac with the announcement of native Unreal Engine 3 support, courtesy of the free-to-use Unreal Development Kit. "Every UDK game's potential user base ...

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Interview: Steam on Mac OS X is 'the biggest event in Steam's history,' John Cook says

When Valve confirmed Mac support for Steam last week, I emailed the Joystiq team with the following claim: "this is arguably the biggest gaming news on Mac OS ever." It seems Valve shares the sentiment, as the company's John Cook – director of Steam development at Valve – calls it "the ...

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No Windows? Use Linux, Intel Macs for PC Gaming with CrossOver

Sure, Mac gaming is becoming less of an oxymoron these days, but if you want to game with a keyboard, Windows is still the way to go. Fortunately, Codeweavers' has concocted a solution for those who want the PC gaming experience on Mac (and Linux!) without using Boot Camp or partitioning drives. In...

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Rivet: Another Mac media sharing app for your Xbox 360

There isn't much we find wrong with Connect360, the $20 media sharing app that helps your Mac play friendly with your Xbox 360. In fact, that solution is arguably preferable to the official Windows Media Player solution in Windows, so the newly released Rivet has something of an uphill battle to g...

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How-To: Share your computer's internet with the Xbox

Sure, we made our own guide to help you share your Mac's internet connection with your Xbox 360, but what if you're one of the few people out there using a Windows box? If you're rocking either Mac OS X (it says here Tiger or Leopard) or Windows Vista or XP, there's a handy guide on Instructables ...

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