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Posted 18 February 2013 - 08:02 AM

Feral Interactive has unveiled a new page on the official support site for its catalog of game titles. The new page focuses on graphics settings, with a glossary of terms as well as instructions for adjusting settings to get the best possible performance from your machine and game of choice.

Rome wasn't built in a day. Neither was Rapture for that matter, and rendering all those game worlds takes processing power, a lot of processing power. Everything that appears on screen is drawn in real-time by your Mac, which makes thousands of calculations a second to ensure everything looks just right. And you thought it was just a pretty face.

More recent games tend to require more processing power than older ones. Thatís because game developers like using the most advanced technology available to them. While this results in a stream of very cool games, it also means that a Mac that was well able to run cutting edge games four years ago is likely to find recent ones much more challenging.

Adjustable video settings are a way to let less powerful Macs play the most recent games. By adjusting the quality of the graphics in the game, you can improve performance on a lower spec. Mac, or make games look their very best on a whizzier one.

Check out the new site at the page below.
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