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Besides World of Warcraft, of which I am a fanatic, what really good games can I play on my Macbook Pro when it arrives?
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cod2 and cod3 when it comes out
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i like diablo 2, but you need classic 9
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If you have WinXP SP2, you can install Boot Camp, dual boot to WinXP natively, and run any game that a PC notebook with the same processor, video, and RAM could play.

I've never played any native UB games in OS X, but reportedly Quake is fantastic.
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Warcraft III, if you're into RTS games.:headphone
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Halo is really good.

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Pop down to Ambrosia Software...home to some of the most addictive games available for the Mac...
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I like Battlefield 1942 and Close Combat First to Fight along with Halo. Call Of Duty also works good.

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If you're into a brainy kind of game, you could look up TubeTwist. Not sure if it would run in Rosetta, you'd have to try.

I also know there is a newer version in the works, TubeTwist: Quantum-Flux Edition but for now only the Windows version is ready. I would imagine that Garage Games will once again do the port to Mac OS X.
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