Discussion in 'MSC Clan' started by DelTa_K, Feb 7, 2002.
will WoW be out for the mac????
yes, check out the blizz faq
Says initially pcs. They might just mean windows machines and Linux.
Let me just clear the way for Jake to come and rant .
*me clears throat... steps up on stage*
yes of course, cow is correct. macs are not personal computers. who would ever use a mac for their personal computing?! it's just absurd!
ok i'm done.
So, is it your opininion that Blizzard is hinting at console games as the "other" that it could be developed for? Keep in mind, though PC does stand for "personal computer" it has been traditionally (esp in the last few years) used in reference to Windoz based systems, whereas a Mac is a Mac and will always be a Mac.
P.S. I still think that we are going to get the KY treatment from Blizzard. Just my 2cp.
Moose just isn't happy unless he's whining.
In other words:
Mac = Mac
PC = Other
That is not entirely true. I just want to make sure that we all are clear that I really feel that we are going to get shafted. I also want to make sure that we are all clear in that I HOPE TO BE PROVEN WRONG BY BLIZZARD!. I will gladly take all the crap that this clan will throw at me IF Blizzard announces the Mac version. I hope I hope I hope.
*me gets crap ready*
*me watches blizzard's web site*
*me throws poop at moose*
so now you guys are monkeys?
have to admit, I'm sort of with Moose on this one. Expect to get shafted and be pleasently surprised when the mac release is only 4 months behind the PC release.
I gotta think that if Blizzard is bothering to carbonize their "old" games (SC and D2), they have enough of a commitment to the Mac to bring us WoW.
I believe it's "faeces".
Maybe the porting of d2, starcraft and war 3 is just an apology for not having a mac version of wow.
both ways, though it is a rare day indeed when I see the "ae" spelling.
Here's another: Faerie.
\[AE]\ or Ae \Ae\ A diphthong in the Latin language; used also by the Saxon writers. It answers to the Gr. ai. The Anglo-Saxon short [ae] was generally replaced by a, the long [=ae] by e or ee. In derivatives from Latin words with ae, it is mostly superseded by e. For most words found with this initial combination, the reader will therefore search under the letter E.
From the same site. www.dictionary.com
usually when the alternate spelling is used, the a and the e are connected thusly: æ
Separate names with a comma.