I just looked at PC Gamer's Top 100 Games of all time list in the Feb 2010 issue. If you are into AAA gaming, you are limiting yourself if you insist on native Mac games only. Not only that, you take a performance hit in the process, besides waiting years (in some cases) for the Mac version to be released, as I think of Rome:Total War. I'm not saying this to be mean. It's just a fact of life. While some Mac gamers are mad at Apple for Bootcamp because they think it had a detrimental effect on native Mac games, in actuality, due to the video gaming business as it exists today, it's been the serious Mac gamer's savior. With Bootcamp/Windows, with one computer, you can have both your beloved MacOS (I love it), play the games you would normally miss if you insisted on native Mac ports, and play the good Mac ports when they come along. It's win, win, win. And it can be argued that Bootcamp helped Mac market share rise above 10%. The one Mac game I've seriously played in the last 5 years: World of Warcraft and I thank Blizzard for allowing me to do that with decent performance. Mac gamers did get the number 1 all time game...(although it is good, I would dispute Dues Ex as the No.1 all time game.) I'd call Half Life and Half Life 2 the number 1 and 2 games of all time, but that's just me. Here are PC Gamer's top ten games of all time: 10. Fallout 3 9. Thief II 8. Planescape: Torment 7. Fallout (Mac version) 6. Oblivion 5. Rome:Total War (Mac version in progress) 4. Half Life 3. Team Fortress 2 2. Half Life 2 1. Deus Ex (Mac version) Here is a sprinkling of Mac games that made the top 100 (if I remember them correctly as Mac ports): No One Lives Forever (68), Carmageddon (65), Eve Online (57), Alien vs Predator (49), Unreal Tournament (34), Homeworld (30), Balder's Gate (25), Starcraft (23), Quake III (22), World of Warcraft (14).