Top 15 Best Mac OS X Games of 2014

Gameranx takes a look at the 15 most highly anticipated games for the Mac OSX.

Update: We've updated this list with two fantastic games–a full fledged role-playing game and an action RPG/FPS, both of which are bound to keep Mac gamers on the edge of their seats. Read on to find out what they are. 

Traditionally, the Mac platform hasn’t been the best for gamers. There were relatively few titles out there developed for it directly, and the ports from other platforms took a long time if there were any at all. But things are changing. Not only is it now simpler than ever to just go and emulate a windows environment on the Mac and just play games using Bootcamp, but there are also a lot more games coming out with Mac ports developed alongside the PC and console versions. And 2014 looks good for Mac users. There is a sizable amount of games and not too many of them are ports of last year’s PC titles. Good times to own a Mac.

17 Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall

Shadowrun Returns returns with a welcome return to the city of Berlin, Germany, which is extra weird with extra cheese in the Shadowrun universe. Berlin is cut off from the rest of Deutschland with a big wall, the city itself reigned only by anarchy. If the wall is there to keep the Berliners out or in, nobody knows. Also the corporations are all out of ducks to give and still have their laboratories and army of suits and worse things in town to keep the profit margins up. This is an expansion pack to the award winning Shadowrun Returns, which introduces the long awaited save system overhaul along with new locales, characters, weapons, missions and all that other dandy stuff you’d expect from an expansion pack.