Advocating City of Heroes

Sunday, April 27th, 2008

With City of Heroes working on my Mac thanks to Crossover Games I've been running around Paragon City as Sue Purr, tiger woman extraordinaire. But with random crashes of the game occurring frequently, causing me to have to relaunch the game maybe a dozen times per gaming session, I ...

I'm Sue Purr, thanks for asking

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Look out, criminal masterminds, Paragon City has a new protector! With the previously mentioned information that City of Heroes had a good chance of running on my Mac I bought the game to try out. It would let me explore and progress in a new world, as well ...

City of Heroes/City of Villains on a Mac!

Monday, April 21st, 2008

It looks like City of Heroes/City of Villains has a good chance of running on my Mac under Crossover Games. It may well be worth giving it a try myself soon, particularly as solo World of Warcraft is boring me silly.

Current gaming choices

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Wondering what to do next with my Draenei warrior last night I ended up logging out without really accomplishing anything, feeling a little WoW-malaise again. This malaise is affecting me more these days, although I can shake it off and spend another evening gaining easy XP soon enough. ...

The Orange Box in Crossover Games

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

I tried to get Portal up and running in Crossover Games last night, after failing to do so the other day. It was peculiar because I managed to get it working in Crossover Mac before, so I saw no reason why it would stop working in the newer version ...

Hellgate: London, on a Mac!

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008

I was made aware of Codeweavers' project Crossover Mac somehow, and it looked like an excellent way to enjoy some more computer game entertainment without having to muck around with dual-booting or having different machines, or what have you. With Portal getting so much interest, and the compatibility database ...