COD4 on Mac Pro

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by 3587, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. 3587 macrumors 6502a

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    I just picked up Call of Duty 4 yesterday... I'm installing it as I type... I also picked up a Logitech Dual Action Controller...

    1) What are the best settings for my setup? (See signature)
    2) Before I remove the controller from its packaging, will it work with COD4?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Major Reeves macrumors regular

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    It's a crappy port and fps's are made to be played with kb+mouse.
    CoD 4? Are we still in 2007?
     
  3. 3587 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    LOL!

    Well, what else is there to play on the Mac when you have some down time? It seems pretty fun and there is a ton of people still playing it online.
     
  4. Vylen macrumors 65816

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  5. 3587 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Are they for Macs? Similar to COD? I enjoy the multiplayer shooting games. It looks pretty sweet on my setup.
     
  6. Vylen macrumors 65816

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    Yes. I play Team Fortress 2, Day of Defeat: Source and Left 4 Dead on my Mac every now and then.
     
  7. Major Reeves macrumors regular

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    CoD is just mindless arcade shooter.
    Too bad that they didn't make Arma 2 for osX, for me the only decent fps at moment. For full experience, just join the military :)

    Aside, if you like CoD you also want to play Quake Live (revamped quake 3 arena) and it has a lot of ppl playing too.

    To finish, since the mac pro is a workstation, keep in mind that videogames are the biggest security compromise, specially those with anti piracy/anticheating, that basically sends information about your system and a dump of your ram to whatever it's handling the anti-piracy/anticheating stuff, most, if not all the times unencrypted. That's whats happening with WoW and SC2, during login, they even send your username (e-mail address) unencrypted. In case of packet sniffing, expect to get flooded with WoW gold seller mail's.
     

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