I've got a mid-2010 15" Macbook Pro. It's got a 2.4 i5, with 4GB RAM and onboard Intel video so it looks like that should do the job.
Can anyone confirm whether it'll run for me before I drop the cash for Diablo?
It'll run on low settings.
The game isn't amazingly optimised. I imagine it runs better in Windows (not tested it myself yet), but Starcraft 2 always runs at least 10fps faster on Windows. I have a maxed out 2011 iMac and on all high settings with V-Sync it jumps between 60 and 30 fps.
If it's anything like Starcraft, they'll release some updates, and Apple might even release a driver update if it takes their fancy. Hopefully that'll boost performance, it'd be nice to have a solid 60fps given the graphics aren't particularly special.
Ah ok, fair enough. I guess I won't rush out to get it unless I can get the most out of it. Maybe I'll grab it whenever I can get a decent PC. Thanks for filling me in, duder.
I'm a HEAT fan so I'm hoping they'll come out of the East, looks like they should now that Rose is out. Boston could totally cause us a bit of trouble if we see them in round 2.
I've got the Spurs and OKC to meet in the west finals. I think OKC will make the Finals vs. the Heat, but I want the Spurs to make it. OKC will have plenty of chances in the next few years, I think Duncan and crew deserve another go after the awesome season they've had.
Check out the title, Kinect Support for Skyrim. Explains itself.
Bethesda just posted this on their blog this morning. Looks like it's just a whole bunch of commands which would come in handy for console gamers. No gesture stuff yet, but that's probably a good thing.
With this and Steel Battalion coming out, it won't take much more for me to get a Kinect.
Being a console gamer, I don't really experience it that often like you mentioned. The only time I can remember is when PSN had those crazy issues and was down for weeks, apart from that I can't remember anything significant.