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Discussion in 'Games' started by frankm007, Aug 3, 2006.
This comes after I buy an expensive Windows license to play games
Thats great news i am so happy
Does anyone know how much less time it will take?
No need for multiple threads..
People actually still buy windows?
I can't wait till big game titles start releasing on Intel Macs. This is great news. I would like to know which companies are planning on using this.
I guess a $90 disc is better than a $1000+ gaming computer...
Considering you have to log onto microsofts server to register xp, it discourages alot of people from pirating xp.
Give me somewhere that you believe supplies working xp serials.
Slightly offtopic... but I find it mildly amusing that people write comments on here about articles posted on other web sites, but when you go to the actual article there aren't any comments whatsoever (or very few).
I guess a lot of people just read MacRumors over anything else.
Well, not that I would know, or anything, but I've heard of a "WIndows XP Service Pack 3" install disc floating around that does not require registration.
From their FAQ;
"7) Who's using Cider?
TransGaming currently has signed agreements with top tier publishers for some of their hottest triple A titles. Be sure to check Apple stores soon for the latest Cider powered games."
So bookmark the game section of the Apple Store! This is awesome...
there is now a front-page story on this. Please continue conversation there.