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Get 75% off Borderlands 2 GOTY for Mac from 9to5 & GameAgent: $15

From 9to5toys:

In case you missed our last mega deal for Mac gamers, we’ve once again teamed up with our friends over at GameAgent to get an exclusive deal on one of the hottest Mac titles around. This time you’ll be able to get 75% off Borderlands 2 Game of The Year Edition for Mac. Here’s what you’ll get with the GOTY edition: Expand

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Amazon announces massive game sale, up to 75% off many great Mac titles: Borderlands 2: $29, Black Ops: $18, Assassin’s Creed II: $5, many more

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From (Twitter, Feed, Facebook), today:

Amazon is holding a “Farewell to February” sale on much of its digital game downloads for Mac and PC that includes over 850 games up to 75 percent off. Amazon is also offering an extra 25 percent off one item per customer with the checkout code “CAGROCKS”. While it might take you a while to flip through the hundreds of games Amazon has on sale, we decided to put together a list of some of the more notable Mac titles on sale today. Enjoy!

Bioshock 2 | $9.99 (was $24.99)

Call of Duty: Black Ops | $17.49 (was $49.99)

Rezurrection DLC- $7.49 (was $14.99)

Annihilation & Escalation DLC – $11.99 (was $24.99)

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare | $9.99 (was $39.99)

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood | $7.49 (was $29.99)

Assassin’s Creed II | $4.99 (was $19.99)

Borderlands 2 | $29.99 (was $59.99)

Driver San Francisco Deluxe Edition | $12.49 (was $24.99)

Sid Meier’s Civilization V | $7.49 (was $29.99)

Quake 4 | $4.49 (was $19.99)

Duke Nukem Forever | $4.99 ($19.99)

RAGE: Campaign Edition | $4.99 (was $29.99)

Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition | $5.99 (was $29.99)

Prince of Persia (2009) | $4.99 (was $49.99)

Dragon Age 2 | $14.77 (was $19.99)

You can check out all Mac games that are 70 percent off or more on Amazon.

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Deals: Lifehacker Mac Bundle for $49.99 and Borderlands 2 bundle for $41.99


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StackSocial today has 9 Elite Apps That Will Make Your Mac Unstoppable for $49. There are some quality ones in here like TechTool Pro 6, Path Finder 6, TextExpander 4, MacHider, Dropzone 2, AirServer, CameraBag 2, and MacPilot 5. Check out the video below or StackSocial for details.

MacUpdate today has a solid deal on Borderlands 2

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..along with some excellent expansion packs…

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Aspyr Media talks porting games to OS X, Mac App Store & the future of Mac gaming (+ Borderlands 2 giveaway!)


The introduction of the Mac App Store, at least for the Mac’s biggest game publisher Aspyr Media, hasn’t been entirely smooth. Aspyr recently outlined some issues with bringing multiplayer to Mac games due to Game Center and sandboxing restrictions of the Mac App Store, and developing separate versions of games for Steam and the Mac App Store continues to be a hurdle. An example is Borderlands 2. It took Aspyr just two months to ship the Mac version, but the Game Center multiplayer won’t arrive until sometime early this year. However, executives at the company promise Apple’s enthusiasm toward gaming on Mac is stronger than ever thanks to the Mac App Store. Aspyr also said it has much planned for 2013 in Apple’s store and remains platform agnostic, despite running its own competitive GameAgent store.

9to5Mac recently had the chance to speak with Aspyr Vice President of Publishing Elizabeth Howard, with input from CEO Michael Rogers and other execs, about the process of porting games to the Mac App Store, the company’s relationship with Apple and publishers, and the possibility of bringing iOS titles to OS X.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Aspyr is one of the biggest Mac game publishers bringing PC and console titles to OS X. It regularly leads many of the top paid and grossing charts on the Mac App Store thanks to high-profile releases such as Borderlands 2, RAGE, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and much more. Go below for the full interview and a chance to win Borderlands 2 for Mac. Expand

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Borderlands 2 hits the Mac App Store 25 percent off for the holidays with exclusive content

After coming to Steam last month, Mac games publisher Aspyr has announced the Mac edition of 2k Games’ popular Borderlands 2 title is now officially available at the Mac App Store. Aspyr also made the game 25 percent off on the Mac App Store for the holidays at $44.99. Multiplayer and Game Center support won’t come until early 2013 in a free update, but exclusive to the Mac App Store version is: the new Fired Up skins, a unique head for each vault hunter, and “a Contraband Sky Rocket Grenade mod.”

Those who purchased the game on Steam will also get access to the Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage DLC on Mac today for $9.99:

Today is also a big day for Mac players who have already purchased Borderlands 2 from Steam or other fine outlets such as  The newest Borderlands 2 DLC, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage comes to the Mac with tons of new content and challenges players to enter the Badass Crater of Badassitude!  Mr. Torgue is priced at $9.99, supports Steam Play, and is included for purchasers of the Borderlands 2: Season Pass.  Check out for more details.

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Borderlands 2 now available on Mac for $45

Update Nov. 20: Borderlands 2 is now available on Mac for $45.

Aspyr Media and 2k Games announced this afternoon that Borderlands 2 would launch on Mac Nov. 20. Borderlands 2, a Gearbox Software-made sequel to the original Borderlands, is being delivered to Mac gamers by publisher Aspyr later this month. The game was originally released to much fanfare Sept. 18 on Steam for Windows and for Xbox 360, and it has been called “a winner” by reviewers. Assumedly, the Mac version will be priced at $59.99 like its PC brethren.

In other Borderlands news, the iOS version of the Borderlands franchise was released at the end of October under Borderlands Legends. The iOS version isn’t exactly the full Borderlands you’re familiar with from consoles, but first impressions seem strong.