Currently, Steam is the best way to get games onto a Mac because it allows you to install games onto a single Mac and then use that Mac to play those games. The only limitation is that if you want to play a Mac version, it must be a Mac-only game (which may explain the long load time on the MacBook Pro M1) such as Infamous, Fallout 4, or The Witness. However, you can always use Steam on a desktop gaming PC and play Windows-only games on your Mac with Steam Play.
After downloading Redux and turning on high quality presets, I ran through the opening tutorial to the first mission where you are told to search for a Metro key and the game begins. The tutorial wasn’t overly long, but it was enough to get me interested in the game. The M1 ran this game quite well at 60 FPS at 1650 x 1050 resolution, with no noticeable issues. From there the game received a few more updates and I played through the first mission a couple more times. Redux is a nice game to play because of the unique atmosphere, but the controls and gunplay are a bit off.
After playing Empire of Sin, I was able to move on to testing Outland, an RPG from developer Obsidian. After downloading the game and turning on high quality presets, I played the first level for about 15 minutes and it loaded quickly, but it took about two hours to load the game . I needed to use Steam’s in-game store to purchase a power amplifier to improve the speakers so I could hear my old-school Sanctuary setup, but once I did that, I could hear enough for my needs. I was able to move around the town and talk to people and NPCs, and the game had a very realistic feel to it.
In a nutshell, the game is a great experience, is very visually impressive, and runs very smoothly. I only had one problem with the game, which was that it took almost 10 minutes to boot the game for the first time after it was downloaded. From that point on the game ran very well. I recommend this game to anyone who likes high quality games on a Mac and who wants to try out a new game.
If another hacker does this, then they will be able to put any game on the ps3 in a matter of minutes! and that means that Sony will be out of the console market for good. We have seen what happens when sony doesn't support games anymore. Nintendo is turning a profit, now it is time for Sony to do the same, or else they are dead.
I don't see the appeal of owning a Sony PS3, and I don't see the value of the PS3 as an entertainment device. Sony has become one of the most untrustworthy companies in the gaming industry in my eyes. 827ec27edc