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Yes, Metro: Exodus runs on M1 Macs via Rosetta 2. [toc] The third installment in the Metro Trilogy, Exodus is the best-looking and most enthralling Metro to date. In Metro: Exodus, you’ll be finally able to flee the ruins of the Moscow Metro system and discover the...
Yes, Frostpunk runs on M1 Macs via Rosetta 2. [toc] Frostpunk is unlike any strategy game you have ever played. From the creators of This War of Mine, Frostpunk puts you in charge of the last city in a now frozen world. Survival will be so hard, you will have to make...
[toc] The new ARM-based Macs, also known as M1 Macs, are a big deal, especially for gaming. Early on, tech experts predicted that M1 Macs with silicon processors could perhaps become powerful enough to save Mac gaming. But they warned it could take years. Yet here we...
Yes, Path of Exile runs on M1 Macs via Rosetta 2. [toc] Many claim Path of Exile is a better action RPG than Diablo 3. And while the jury is still out on that, Path of Exile is arguable just as good and completely free-to-play. And after months been unable to...
Many claim Path of Exile is better than Diablo 3. And while the jury is still out on that, Path of Exile is arguable just as good and completely free to play. Path of Exile has been competing with Diablo 3 on Windows for years, and Mac gamers finally have the chance to experience it […]
[toc] It's official, 4A Games' latest horror shooter, Metro: Exodus, is available for Mac! This game was on our radar for a while, and for good reason. Both Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light made it to macOS and are considered some of the top shooters on the platform....
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