Fallout: New Vegas on a Mac?

#1none19Posted 10/17/2010 10:41:16 PM
I am not a computer gamer, never have been. I have played a couple Sims games but generally after the house is built I lose interest.

However, having read about all the mods for FO3, having NV, and FO3 for that matter, available to mod would be awesome.

Any chance they ever come out on Mac?

By the way, I am waiting on the new Civ game for Mac so I guess I play a little on computer.
#2shocke_3Posted 10/17/2010 10:46:23 PM

From: none19 | #001
Fallout: New Vegas on a Mac?


From: Everyone Else | #(2~500) minus troll posts
lolno


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#3none19(Topic Creator)Posted 10/17/2010 10:47:18 PM
Well played sir.
#4NebsloxPosted 10/17/2010 10:49:21 PM
Bootcamp makes everything available on Mac.
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No.
#5VOLCOM333Posted 10/17/2010 10:51:09 PM
games on a mac make a mac go *splosion*
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#6shocke_3Posted 10/17/2010 10:51:31 PM
Politeness?
Touché, good man.

From: Nebslox | #004
Bootcamp makes everything available on Mac with a very noticeable performance hit.


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#7EvilDeadAlivePosted 10/17/2010 10:52:21 PM
Bootcamp makes everything available on Mac.

This.
#8none19(Topic Creator)Posted 10/17/2010 10:53:12 PM
Does bootcamp have any negative effect to the performance of the computer?

i.e. I don't know what the requirements are for bootcamp and didn't know if getting it would slow my computer or something
#9none19(Topic Creator)Posted 10/17/2010 10:54:38 PM
I see the above post now... looks like I will pass then
#10NebsloxPosted 10/17/2010 10:56:23 PM
Does bootcamp have any negative effect to the performance of the computer?

No, there's no performance hit in bootcamp, shocke_3 is thinking of WINE or whatever it is.

Trying to run games in OSX *will* make them run like **** (Even officially ported ones like TF2).

But there is no performance hit if you use bootcamp and duel boot to windows. All you need for bootcamp is extra hard-drive space (you'll need to make a partition for the Windows install).
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No.