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pcsx2 0.9.8 OSX!?
#1
Sad 
When the ***** is pcsx2 0.9.8 going to be ported to OSX? Is this site dead? The things' been out for a while? Is there anyone who knows anything about porting? This can't be the only site doing an osx port of pcsx2, is it? Run by 1 guy who doesn't have time to update even.

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#2
No one knows.
But if you want to submit a repo, feel free to do it.
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#3
(07-19-2011, 01:07 AM)jesalvein Wrote: No one knows.
But if you want to submit a repo, feel free to do it.

This site is dead. Can anyone direct me to another site that's doing a mac port of pcsx2?
#4
Quote:This site is dead.

Lol
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#5
nobody cares about Mac, thats the law.
#6
before 0.9.8 is out for mac, 0.9.7 is gonna have to come out first...
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#7
(07-19-2011, 02:13 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: nobody cares about Mac, thats the law.

Who honestly buys a Mac just for the purpose of gaming? If I wanted an overpriced mid-range gaming laptop, I would have gone with Alienware.

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#8
(07-19-2011, 05:06 PM)nintendo85 Wrote: Who honestly buys a Mac just for the purpose of gaming? If I wanted an overpriced mid-range gaming laptop, I would have gone with Alienware.

I personally use a pissed-off squirrel I've glued some calculators to. It runs into walls a lot, and can't even play minesweeper, but it was just SLIGHTLY less expensive than my iMac. Also, you can later make stew, which you can't do with Apple. So that's a plus.
#9
(07-19-2011, 08:35 PM)Qwell Wrote: I personally use a pissed-off squirrel I've glued some calculators to. It runs into walls a lot, and can't even play minesweeper, but it was just SLIGHTLY less expensive than my iMac. Also, you can later make stew, which you can't do with Apple. So that's a plus.

Mac vs PC arguments are hilarious. It's like a Jew and a Muslim arguing about religion. There's no point, and neither side can prove that they are right or wrong.

If you want to start an argument about that, make a new thread. As for the original question, I would also like to know when 0.9.7/0.9.8 comes out for the mac.

And speaking of off-topic subjects, does anyone know if PCSX2 works with Lion yet? Huh

#10
A Mac still falls under the definition of "PC", how? Well, it computes and it's for personal use, therefore, it's a PC. The whole argument is severely flawed. A Mac is nothing more than a PC with mid-range hardware, proprietary software and sold at a higher-than-normal price.
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