For a Windows application that does lots of complex or 3D graphics, there are two popular Windows APIs used by the developers of these applications: DirectX or OpenGL. Together with the graphics card in your Mac, these APIs determine the performance of these applications in a Windows VM running in Parallels Desktop® for Mac. Since […]
Street Fighter V comes out for the PS4 and PC on February 16th, and per usual, to make the wait time go faster I’m planning on pulling up the old game and playing it a few weeks before the release date. I do the bulk of my gaming on my PC at home (which is […]
Are you secretly a Guardian of Light and the Traveler after work? Do you like to fight all the monsters, and run to pick up the next God of Diablo Vania game when it releases? Or do you schedule days off of work to hunker down and dig into the big Dragon Age game when […]
Are you (not so) patiently waiting for Fallout 4 to come out next week? Are you frustrated when you go to install Fallout New Vegas on your Mac—for some Fallout fun while you wait, of course—only to find it’s PC-only? Save your Darth Vader scream (James Earl Jones, not Hayden Christensen), there is (a new) hope! You […]
Picking your favorite video game controller is as contended as picking your favorite game—more than one fight has broken out in my house about how awesome the Dreamcast was vs. how terrible its controller was! It’s been a long road from Tennis for Two to our Xbox One controllers (and my gaming mouse and mechanical […]
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