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Macworld.Ars: The Death and Life of Apple Gaming
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Charles Jade from the website Ars Technica has been attending MacWorld and has posted an article of this year's Gaming Pavilion.

This year, gaming was centered in the alive-and-well West Hall, and gaming wasn't a Macworld Expo afterthought. Instead of a few lonely iPods running games from EA, a real pavilion was put up. More importantly, game developers like EA and Blizzard showed up, as well as Mac gaming stalwarts like Aspyr Media, and even a new one, EVE Online. It turns out 2008 will likely be the best year ever for gaming and Apple. Who knew?
Current and upcoming games from Freeverse, Feral Interactive, EA, Blizzard, CCP Games, Aspyr and Music Wizard Group were all on display.

Follow the link below for the full article and numerous pictures of the pavilion.

Macworld.Ars: the death and life of Apple gaming


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