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Submitted by WutangClam 345d ago | opinion piece

The Five Best Mac OS X Games On Steam

Ray Porreca of Entertainment Buddha writes: "In the three years that have passed since the inclusion of Mac OS X games, Steam’s selection now nears one thousand titles. While this number is shadowed by the massive amounts of titles for PC users, navigating Steam and selecting the best of the Mac section can be no small task. The list below examines the best of the Mac OS X titles currently available for Steam. There is sure to be something for everyone." (Civilization V, Half-Life 2, Hotline Miami, PC, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Steam, System Shock 2)

HAMM3RofBUDDHA  +   345d ago
I'm ashamed to admit that I haven't played any of these games in full, even though a few of them are considered must-play staples in gaming culture. Maybe I'll load them up on the old MacBook Pro for a bit of nostalgia.

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