Originally posted by icecoldhaterade \\DzG//:the orginal ns was windows but had a lot of linux folks volunteraily supporting the ns community so it only makes since that linux gets the port 1st how ever with that said mac compatibility is in the works so soon it wont matter because eventually everyone will be able to play together regardless of all the pc linux mac wars of our is better so you should have got ours instead
Originally posted by Pikachu:It looks like development on OSX costs more than on Linux. Furthermore, most players of the similar games: Tremulous and Unvanquished are on Linux, they might be thinking of converting them to NS2.
Originally posted by FutureSuture:Not sure about costs, but according to a game developer with whom I have spoken, developing for Linux is actually easier than developing for Mac OS.
Originally posted by DYMAXION:There are mac computers that can run this game?
Originally posted by Tau Sodan:There *is* a larger market for OS X. However,
Originally posted by ALEX IV:Because macs suck?And btw, it should be Linux and OS X.
Originally posted by mrPrimetime:Explain how macs suck, please? Without using the word gaming in every sentence.
Originally posted by mrPrimetime:I do hope that was a joke because if not, you are ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥.
Originally posted by Sublime:Originally posted by mrPrimetime:Explain how macs suck, please? Without using the word gaming in every sentence. Originally posted by mrPrimetime:I do hope that was a joke because if not, you are ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. Butthurt Mac user detected.
Originally posted by Kevalan:Macs "Suck" in their words because they fail to be compatiable with many games (like this one), tend to have flashy, high ram-requirement operating systems that reduce your performance (Although windows has been doing it too lately with vista and windows 8) and they tend to be locked to a factory standard with a few rigid "customization settings". You really don't get the ability to do anything to your mac. The difference in customization between mac and PC is like the difference between PC and linux, if you have ever used linux.