World of Warcraft seconded.someone had to say it...
World of Warcraft.
you choose your playstyle,
100's of addons to customise gameplay,
average 14 days playtime to 80, then unlimited considering the game is impossible to fully complete.
customisable characters, 10 classes to choose from over 12 races over 2 factions (as far as i can remember)
epic world pvp, 2 on 2 arenas.
good roleplay communities on some servers.
hours and hours of endgame raiding.
just make sure you come up for air once in a while ^^
Theoretically it's pretty simple, just a bunch of planets, try and conquer them all. But the depth of strategy and quick thinking is pretty amazing.Thanks for the recommendations guys, appreciate it. That fusion games looks pretty odd lol, might look into it a bit more.
Valve has stated many times that all of the games that they offer are going to run natively in OSX. This includes LFD 1/2, The entire Half Life Series, Team Fortress 2, and Portal.Can you explain how Steam on mac will allow us to play L4D2 in OSX, something which I've been confused about for a while .
Not that great as a strategy game? WC3 is packed full of strategic elements, from hero choices to army builds to tech choices and so forth. There's definitely more of a focus on unit micromanagement than in Starcraft, but the addition of more tactical elements don't detract from the strategic elements.The Blizzard successor to Starcraft (Warcraft 3) is not that great as a strategy game imo but it does offer some unique styles of gameplay as people create their own maps with their own custom triggers and whatnot enabling many types of minigames that appeal to a lot of online gaming fans.
If you want a teaser, there is a free online version called Intergalactics that almost single-handedly caused me to fail my spring semester in collegeTheoretically it's pretty simple, just a bunch of planets, try and conquer them all. But the depth of strategy and quick thinking is pretty amazing.