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For this review, I cheated. I didn’t actually play LEGO Batman on the Mac all the way through. But before you form a mob to throw Apples at me in the nearest Apple Orchard, know that I have actually played this game to 100% completion. A contradiction? Not at all. My family has been playing Lego Batman for months on the Playstation 3. In fact, this is the first video game in years that my wife actually plays when I’m not even in the room. That in itself is a super-rare occasion. But that should also tell you something about both the quality of LEGO Batman and its fun factor.
Gaming is back on the Mac in a big way, with video game maker EA providing the big guns. Tim looks at the first EA game he has played, Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars. The Command & Conquer franchise is a historical and much lauded series, and the latest entry is looking better than ever. Check out his review here.
If you’re interested in playing a game of poker anytime you want, then mosey on over to http://www.candywriter.com and check out Kevin O’Neil’s Imagine Poker.
To longtime My Mac readers, the name O’Neil may ring a bell. That’s because Kevin’s dad was Mick O’Neil, a MyMac.com writer from 1997 until his untimely passing in 2001.Read More
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