Here this morning I was just thinking I'd love to have another run at it but I was still missing one DLC, great timing :)
Good deal! That works out nicely. :D
Feral Interactive who does high quality ports for Mac just released this game with the DLC in a bundle on the Mac app store but being new to Mac, it's going for 50 bucks. The achievements are via the Mac's Gamecenter app which is kind of cool but my gaming friends from GOG are on Steam so nobody would know about my amazing accomplishments. :(
I'm torn when it comes to something like this because I really like Steam unless it's a classic, in which case it's GOG of course and increasingly they are delivering these for Mac which is very nice.
The other two major players are releasing their ports on Steam which is great. I wish Feral would get on the ball and work out an arrangement as well. Meantime, I am sort of on the fence about which way to go with this. It's probably nuts to blow an extra 30 plus dollars for a game just to avoid rebooting into Windows which is really not a big deal but on the other hand, it is nicer still to remain in my preferred environment now, OS X. I have the worst damned time with making decisions and often change my mind. lol
I actually prefer booting into Window. Since I don't use it for anything else than gaming, it's like ' No Work, no emails - just me and my game'-feeling. This is actually quite realxing and adds to my immersion a lot more. When palying on OS X it's mostly shorter session inbetween things to do.
Also, I'd rather sacrifice the 30-40sec to boot into Windows for getting my games for $5 to $10.
I'll take Mac games as a convenience along the road that never bothers me on deciding which games to get.
Though in the case of Feral the DRM is much nicer than Steam, 5 revocable activation at any time, only topped by the MacAppStore because you don't even need a serial number, while Steam is 1 active game at a time.
But this is my way, I made my choices :)