T i p ! Oct 22, 2012 @ 9:35am
Torchlight 2 for Mac?
Is it possible to play Torchlight 2 on Mac now?
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T i p ! Oct 22, 2012 @ 10:49am 
any Idea?
GOTRICE Oct 22, 2012 @ 7:15pm 
Only with bootcamp etc just now, anyone that says they have the mac release date is borked.
Code V Oct 22, 2012 @ 11:00pm 
This is the reason I never buy macs. They have some nice gadgets and are slick but for the same price I can buy a more powerful pc and I have a larger game libary. On the other hand I still get a chance to get a virus while you don't soooo there's that.
T i p ! Oct 23, 2012 @ 11:52am 
So no one know´s a release date for a mac version??
nohler Oct 23, 2012 @ 9:27pm 
I tried it with VMWare Fusion 5. It runs great.
T i p ! Oct 27, 2012 @ 2:34pm 
So you play on a mac? What you need for this programm?
T i p ! Oct 27, 2012 @ 2:43pm 
You need a Window´s Version for this?
General Aroma Oct 29, 2012 @ 5:12pm 
At the moment its only available on Windows but will become available on mac at a later date
iber Oct 29, 2012 @ 6:32pm 
Torchlight 2 on Steam will be Steamplay (PC+Mac version) this means if you buy Windows version now later you will have Mac version also. Mac version should be Q4 2012 or Q1 2013. Good luck!
Defenseman13 Nov 26, 2012 @ 9:43pm 
Originally posted by Code V:
This is the reason I never buy macs. They have some nice gadgets and are slick but for the same price I can buy a more powerful pc and I have a larger game libary. On the other hand I still get a chance to get a virus while you don't soooo there's that.

Oh please. The reason you don't "buy macs" is just that... you just play games and can't afford them. Some of us have careers in design fields, AND are avid gamers. And Macs do both. It's called BOOTCAMP. If you're going to make a Mac comment, make it relevant and use logic instead of Ad Hominem.
Bunny, Marquis of the Vegetables Nov 27, 2012 @ 4:09am 
Originally posted by Defenseman13:
Originally posted by Code V:
This is the reason I never buy macs. They have some nice gadgets and are slick but for the same price I can buy a more powerful pc and I have a larger game libary. On the other hand I still get a chance to get a virus while you don't soooo there's that.

Oh please. The reason you don't "buy macs" is just that... you just play games and can't afford them. Some of us have careers in design fields, AND are avid gamers. And Macs do both. It's called BOOTCAMP. If you're going to make a Mac comment, make it relevant and use logic instead of Ad Hominem.

Give the guy a break. I love my mac, I game on my mac, and I haven't owned a PC in years, but what he is saying is absolutely true. I'm the first person to point out when people are arguing poorly, but in this case, you jumped down his throat for nothing.
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Retorrent Nov 27, 2012 @ 5:27am 
Originally posted by Defenseman13:
Originally posted by Code V:
This is the reason I never buy macs. They have some nice gadgets and are slick but for the same price I can buy a more powerful pc and I have a larger game libary. On the other hand I still get a chance to get a virus while you don't soooo there's that.

Oh please. The reason you don't "buy macs" is just that... you just play games and can't afford them. Some of us have careers in design fields, AND are avid gamers. And Macs do both. It's called BOOTCAMP. If you're going to make a Mac comment, make it relevant and use logic instead of Ad Hominem.

Umm actually the guy is right, for what you spend a Mac you can buy and build a PC with the same hardware and actually spend less money. Like most Apple products you pay a hefty permieum for the quiality. The cheapest Pro is about $1200 and that is the low end one I can build a more powerful PC with the same amount of money and it would make that one look like crap. Apple has always had a high markup on thier hardware if you don't believe me go look up the specs for the low Mac pro and then go on Newegg and see how much that same hardware would cost if you built a PC I can promise that you won't spend $1200 for the same hardware.
Obscured Nov 27, 2012 @ 3:18pm 
If you play games get a pc, Apple only have low end Gpu's can''t over clock no x fire or sli and no up grade route other than buy a new machine every 2 years.

I Have a 09 mac mini I use as a HTPC, a 15" 2011 MB for general use and 2012 MBA for work , but I do most of my gaming on my pc, I do have win7 on the 15" MB just for games when I travel, for the same money as a current MB or Imac you can build a pc that is way faster.

@ codev mac's can get a virus and there are some nasty ones around at the moment, OSX is a bigger part of the OS market than it was a few years ago so now its a bigger target for malware

Mac's are great but not if your main focus is playing games.
Charlie Nov 28, 2012 @ 5:18pm 
I think I saw Runic said that they have a plan on mac version and I believe they are working on it right now. But the release date is unknown now. So if you only have mac, what you can do is to wait patiently.
juice1919 Nov 28, 2012 @ 11:55pm 
Originally posted by Zero FUG:
Originally posted by Defenseman13:
Originally posted by Code V:
This is the reason I never buy macs. They have some nice gadgets and are slick but for the same price I can buy a more powerful pc and I have a larger game libary. On the other hand I still get a chance to get a virus while you don't soooo there's that.

Oh please. The reason you don't "buy macs" is just that... you just play games and can't afford them. Some of us have careers in design fields, AND are avid gamers. And Macs do both. It's called BOOTCAMP. If you're going to make a Mac comment, make it relevant and use logic instead of Ad Hominem.

Umm actually the guy is right, for what you spend a Mac you can buy and build a PC with the same hardware and actually spend less money. Like most Apple products you pay a hefty permieum for the quiality. The cheapest Pro is about $1200 and that is the low end one I can build a more powerful PC with the same amount of money and it would make that one look like crap. Apple has always had a high markup on thier hardware if you don't believe me go look up the specs for the low Mac pro and then go on Newegg and see how much that same hardware would cost if you built a PC I can promise that you won't spend $1200 for the same hardware.

most tech enthusiasts are paying for the operating system and the compatible applications tho... the sexy hardware is just a major plus. try dating identical twins sometime; im sure you'd spend more on the one with the better personality =P
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