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I'm new here and a new co-owner of an iMac. I love it!!! My gf bought it 3 days ago. Well I have a question. I saw that Call of Duty could be d/l and played on here. I wanna buy it and play on the computer, but do I need a controller or do I just use the mouse and keyboard?? I know this probably isn't the section to post this question, sorry for that.
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I'm assuming you're referring to downloading COD from the Mac App store... and yes, all you need is the keyboard and mouse. Some games can be played using either. If you do decide to buy a game controller, make sure it's one that is supported by the latest version of Mac OS X Lion. Some controllers work better than others, so shop around.
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Ok...I will do some research. Thanks for the help! Why buy a PS3 when I have this amazing machine!! HA
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