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Wednesday, July 6, 2005
 
More from Mac Game Devs on Intel
9:16 AM | Jesse Brauning | Comment on this story

The Mac Observer has written up an interesting analysis of the prospects of gaming on Intel-based Macs. They have talked to Aspyr's Glenda Adams, Peter Tamte (president of Destineer), Strange Flavour's Aaron Fothergill, and Freeverse's president, Ian Lynch Smith. Many good observations come out of the article, such as this one:

Regarding Rosetta, Mr. Tamte said: "I haven't seen any emulator ever run a performance-intensive game well. However, keep in mind that a game released a couple years earlier will target hardware that was available then, which sometimes leaves users with the overhead for the emulation. But don't expect to run a just-released game well through an emulator."
Here is the link to the full article:

TMO Reports - Mac Game Makers Weigh in on the Move to Intel Macs


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