PSA: Civilization 5 DLC now available on Mac

Posted on February 12, 2011

Rejoice, citizens of the Grand Kingdom of Macintosh! You’ve been forced long enough to live without the premium, downloadable Civilization 5 content that’s been available to your cousins of the Land of Windows for ages. The DLC, which unlocks new civilizations for various prices — except the Mongol expansion, which is free and installs automatically when running the game through Steam — is now available for all Mac users.

You can grab the “Mediterranean,” “Mesopotamia,” “Asia” and “Americas” expansions for $2.99 each (or $9.99 as a bundle), or the “Babylon Civilization pack” and “Spain and Inca pack” for $4.99 a pop (or $7.99 for the pair). Our position on which one you should buy first should be well known by this point, but if not, here’s a hint: You should buy the civilization responsible for the music of both Bruce Springsteen and Menudo. That’s a cultural powerhouse if we’ve ever heard one.

JoystiqPSA: Civilization 5 DLC now available on Mac originally appeared on Joystiq on Fri, 11 Feb 2011 07:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Free Realms Headed to Mac This Fall, Already Boasts Over 14 Million Registered PC Players

Posted on October 06, 2010

Sony Online Entertainment has announced that it’s partnering with TransGaming to bring its free-to-play MMO, Free Realms, to Mac this fall. According to SOE, the PC version of Free Realms is already home to more than 14 million registered players.

The upcoming Mac version of the game will retain the same features and functionality of the PC version, including full access to the game’s Marketplace. Mac players will also be integrated into the same serve…
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Left 4 Dead 2 Comes To Mac Tomorrow

Posted on October 04, 2010

Tomorrow Valve is bringing a double dose of zombie-blasting entertainment to Left 4 Dead fans: Not only will the new Sacrifice DLC be available for download, but the Mac version of Valve’s popular sequel will also be released, complete with a couple of cool perks.

On the official Left 4 Dead blog, Valve announced that if you bought the PC version of Left 4 Dead 2, then you already own the Mac version as well. Additionally, those who purchase the Mac version will have access to the game’s three DLC packs (The Passing, tomorrow’s The Sacrifice, and the remake of Left 4 Dead’s No Mercy), plus the new Mutations and all of the user-created campaigns.

The only downside for Mac users is that the original Left 4 Dead is taking longer than Valve expected, so they will be playing the sequel before the first game. Still, it’s nice to see such hearty support for an often overlooked platform.

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