Stubborn Mac gamers rejoice! BioShock Infinite is headed to your platform on Aug. 29, thanks to reliable Mac port shop Aspyr Media. The system specs—not that you can alter them without buying a new machine—are here.
Gamers who prefer their operating systems designed by Apple will also have a chance to take a bite of Duke Nukem Forever's "pain cake" this summer, when Aspyr brings 3D Realms, Gearbox Software and 2K Games' raunchy first-person shooter to Mac OS X this summer.
The turn-based strategy game that turns adults into nation-building addicts, Civilization V, is making the leap from PC to the Mac in time for Thanksgiving (or by the end of this month, if you don't celebrate gluttony, annually).
Sid Meier's deeply addictive Civilization series is coming back to the Mac platform later this year, thanks to publisher Aspyr. The company confirmed its plans to bring Civilization V to Apple computers "this holiday season."
Star Wars The Force Unleashed II's official website is now live bringing with it this fancy new art.
Aspyr, a publisher best known for porting games to the PC & Mac, is today instead best known for supposedly firing a whole bunch of employees.
Aspyr today confirmed to Kotaku that yesterday's rumors of layoffs at their Austin-based studios are true.
Austin-based developer Aspyr, best known for their work porting PC titles like Call of Duty 4 and Sims 2 to the Mac, were hit with layoffs this week, according to sources in the industry.
Gamasutra had a pleasant chat with Aspyr Software's Justin Leingang in which the publisher/developer revealed some details about their new game Treasure Troves, which uses local wifi signals to generate in-game objects.
We heard back in April that Aspyr would be developing a Kaplan SAT prep game, but that collaboration has now developed into a multi-year agreement between the two parties.