I also installed and ran a copy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim just for fun. I couldn’t maximize all graphics settings, but it definitely looked better than the console edition to which I’m accustomed, showing more detail, superior draw distances, and less pop-up.
Huh, interesting. I hadn’t thought about what a big deal this is.
Of my gamer friends at school, I can’t think of a single one that owns a PC. But a bunch of them have Bootcamp installs set up in order to use Steam and play games.
Imagine all these college kids
stealing sharing their copies of Windows so they can run (real) games on their MacBook Pros.
Looks like Apple finally conquered this problem.