Don't let the name fool you. Game Week is serious business. Sure, we get to play tons of cool games for hours on end, letting deadlines slip past, drying out our eyes, staying up late, killing the batteries on our iPhones. But still. Serious, serious business.
Besides, who ever said serious business couldn't be fun at the same time? Some jerk, that's who. So have a little bit of serious fun with the Mac|Life team – we might just let you go first on Mario Kart.
Mac gaming fans have one less reason to be envious of their PC-using brothers & sisters, now that Telltale Games has made the official announcement that the episodic Sam & Max is coming with a third season entitled The Devil’s Playhouse -- and it will be available on the PC, Playstation 3 and yes, even the Mac.
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, Razer announced a commitment to
increase support for Mac users. Razer has a wide variety of peripherals
geared directly toward the gaming community, and they committed today to
having Mac drivers for all upcoming Razer products.
Valve's announcement that their Steam service would soon be available to
Mac users is huge news to the Mac gaming community. While the iPhone
and iPod touch have taken off as gaming platform, the Mac has languished
in a sort of gaming limbo. Sure we get games, but they're usually a few
months--or even years--behind the Windows version and some games are
announced and never materialize. With today's announcement, The Mac has
taken another step to becoming a real gaming gaming platform.
had a chance to talk Steam's Project Manager, John Cook about their
move to the Mac platform, the future of Steam and Valve on the Mac,
third-party developers and native- versus Cider-ported games on the