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Other Hardware and Peripherals Other Apple systems and peripherals discussion.

What game controllers?


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Hi,
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I just switched, actually still switching to G5 from pc mainly want to really get
into PScs or Ev3.0, but love my games which brings to my question. Got
a new Logitech Freedom 2.4 Cordless, but alas they sent PC version( mothaeff!)
now, do I send back for specific MAC or does it work? :radioacti
need advice!
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from what I found on logitechs site, looks like the controller is only compatible with macs
running classic, if you have the cd that came with it, put it in the g5 and check if it has an installer for os x, or see if theres a read me that details system requirements.
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Since switching to Mac, I've found that many hardware devices don't bother to label it compatibile with Mac but actually work just fine..Most stuff really is plug and play!
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...since when does the Mac have games? >_>

Buy and Xbox with Halo 2 if you have the money, because you wont be gaming on a Mac.
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