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This review is from: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for Mac [Online Game Code]
Pros: My personal favorite Call of Duty game, and I still think its the best.
Cons: You have to use some workarounds in order to update punkbuster since they dropped official support for it, there is a video how to if you search for it that was posted recently on how to do this manually, or there is also a modified version of punkbuster for legacy games that you can also find.
Another thing is I can't seem to get punkbuster to leave me alone every time I start the multiplayer version, canceling the install lets you continue on to your game and you can play just fine.
Other Thoughts: I bought this on a whim, I saw that is was the "Mac" version and I figured I would try and activate it on steam and see what happens, especially for the low price that I got it for (5) it seemed like a no brainer since if it was indeed OS specific I have a hackintosh install on a spare ssd in my computer that I figured I would of installed it to, but sure enough the CD key activated just fine in Steam and I was able to download it to my Windows install.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The material feels of high enough quality that I'm satisfied with it. Plus the price was right, and the 10 ft length means I don't feel as chained to the wall as I used to while charging my laptop.
Cons: I can't find any.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Bitdefender Total Security 2013 - 3 PCs / 2 Years
Pros: For the past couple weeks that I've used this I've been really happy with the robustness of it. I haven't noticed any slowdowns in terms of Internet speed like some of the other reviewers say they experienced. And it does a much better job than the free solution I was using before.
2 years of support.
Cons: None that I've experienced so far.
Other Thoughts: While this did lengthen the boot time for my computer, I didn't see this as a real con because even though I do have an SSD, I don't need my computer to be fully booted a few seconds after I push the power button. I imagine it lengthened my boot time because Bitdefender is now starting before I even log in to windows and doing its job, which that peace of mind is priceless to me. And it didn't lengthen the boot time too much in my opinion.
Bitdefender offers a 30 day free trial, which I used before deciding to make the commitment of buying their product, I recommend you try it out as well before you buy to see if quality and thoroughness is what you want in an anti virus program