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Guild Wars 2 Beta running in 10.6.8

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Here is a screenshot of a wine bottle l created for this fridays Guild Wars 2 Beta weekend, showing the client working in 10.6.8.

Will post some ingame shots nd also some performance details over the weekend. I will also test on Lion to see how it goes.

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Sorry for the delay, but l did get some screen shots, on my Lion 10.7.3 Hackintosh and on my Macbook Pro running Snow Leopard 10.6.8. Performace was quite crappy on both machines but if the graphics are set to lowest it is playable. ATI graphics cards seem to have the most graphic error's in the game but Nvidia seem to display everything quite nicely. In the end l had to use my Win 7 install to get the most out of the beta. I managed to level an Elementalist to 14 but unfortunatly the beta ended before l got to try out any dungeons. PVP was quite fun and very chaotic.

 

Below is some Lion Screen shots.

 

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And here are some in game shots from my Macbook Pro running full screen.

 

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