I know that there will probably be more games for OS X because the basic system code will be the same, but there won't be a great upsurge. That's not what I would be waiting for. What I need is a box that will effectively dual-boot Windows and OS X, obviously on separate drives. In terms of pirating, I do feel a little guilty, of course. I hate to cheat Apple out of anything. So, in that light, yeah... I don't really have enough money to build a decent gaming PC and also by a Mactel, so it's one or the other and it will need dual-boot capabilities.
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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