In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the original release, BioShock Remastered is coming to macOS. Originally released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 in August 2007, BioShock follows a man named Jack who crashes his plane in the ocean near the underwater city of Rapture. Jack must find a way to escape the city while fighting his way through humans who have been super humanly altered by a genetic material called ADAM.
Feral Interactive's popular Hitman series is coming to macOS. The Mac version is a port of Hitman: The Complete First Season which was released to Linux earlier this year. The game includes a prequel to the original Hitman, and six international missions that take place years after the events of Hitman: Absolution. The series also includes three bonus missions.
Feral Interactive today announced that it is bringing its strategy game Total War: Warhammer to Mac on April 18th. The high fantasy title is currently available for Linux through Steam. Total War is the first title in a planned trilogy from SEGA being developed by Creative Assembly and Games Workshop.
Aspyr released Sid Meier’s Civilization VI for the Mac on Monday -- just three days after its October 21 PC launch. The game is listed as "coming soon" to the Mac Store and it is currently only available through Steam.
Like previous Civilization titles, players can create their own empire, and compete against other great leaders to build the best civilization in the history of the world. The sequel offers a variety of new ways to interact with your world and build your empire. New features include expansive empires with cities spanning multiple tiles, the ability to embed support units with other units, enhanced multiplayer and more
Ten years after its original release on the Xbox, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords is now available for Mac OS X. You're welcome, Apple fans. The sequel to the hit game from Obsidian Entertainment is considered one of the best Star War titles ever released. Star Wars Knights was ported to the Mac as part of the Restored Content Mod project, which means that the this version comes with a bunch of new features:
We missed Slitherine's new strategy game Commander the Great War in our iPad Games of the Week recap because it was released over the weekend, instead of on Wednesday or Thursday when most iOS titles are released to the App Store. The World War I simulation game features five different campaigns that take place during different periods of the great war. The game also includes 40 different real war events that players can alter based on their decisions, 18 different unit types, the ability to research and improve units and realistic combat scenarios.
Some gamers may be worried about shelling out $20 for another turn-based strategy title, especially if they were burned by Civilization 2 a few weeks earlier. Unfortunately there seems to be a lack of reviews for the game on the internet, but it does currently have a 4 1/2 star rating based on 17 App Store reviews, and it is also receiving positive remarks from the Touch Arcade community.
Amazon.com is now accepting pre-orders for Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition. The Basic and Imperial Edition for Mac and PC will be available on April 4, 2014 at 12:00 AM (US/Pacific). Customers who pre-order now will have instant access to game the minute it is available, and will also receive the Explorer’s Pack bonus, which includes: Scuttler vanity pet, four bonus treasure maps, and the ability to play as any of the nine races in any Alliance. The Imperial Edition is $20 more than the basic set and includes a variety of physical extras like a 12-inch Molag Bal statues and additional bonus digital content.
Elder Scrolls is a multiplayer online role-playing game and a prequel to the other titles in the franchise. It takes place a millennium before the events of Skyrim and is set in the continent of Tamriel. Here's the official description:
Experience one connected world and stay up-to-date with everything your friends are doing in one of the most socially enabled games ever. Whether you play with your friends or adventure alone, the game's innovative mouse-driven combat system allows you to focus on action and tactics, not the user interface. Use any weapon or armor at any time and customize your abilities to play the way you want as you uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and seek heroic quests on your own terms. Explore the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall and beyond. The choices you make, from the alliance you join to the battles you fight, will shape your destiny and the world of Tamriel.