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GTR Evolution for Macs?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Danny Asbury, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. Danny Asbury

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    Hey, quick question, does anyone know if there is a way to get GTR-E on a Mac?
     
  2. Günthar Rowe

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    I wish...
     
  3. Mike Simian

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    Hi, If you have an Intel mac, you could dual boot windows, then its just another pc.
     
  4. Dan Coldrick

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    As long as its not an intergrated graphics card.
     
  5. Damian Henderson

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    It won't run on Mac OS X, leapord or Tiger, tried it, same with most games :(

    Of course you could dual boot windows as said though.
     
  6. Danny Asbury

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    Damnit, that does suck. I'll look into the dual booting thing, but it sounds rather complicated, and it sounds like you need an actual PC to do it, which I don't have; just a few Macs.
     
  7. Danny Asbury

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  8. Bob Luneski

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    I run it on a MacBook Pro booted into WinXP just fine. 2.4GHz Duo 4 gb mem
     
  9. Matt White

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    I run both Evo and Grand Prix Legends without any problems on a Windows XP Boot Camp partition on my 3.06GHz iMac. It won't match a dedicated gaming PC, but it's very stable, with decent frame rates (60-100fps at 1680x1050 with most of the graphics options switched on).

    I also tried it using a Parallels virtual Windows desktop, but that was less successful.