This year’s WWDC keynote has drawn to a close, and while it wasn’t filled with any life-changing news, it did see Apple revealing some pretty interesting items. An upcoming version of the MacBook Pro with a retina display, for example, as well as several tweaks and features for the iPhone and iPad coming in the form of iOS 6. They didn’t forget about gaming, though, as evidenced by the reveal of Game Center’s forthcoming arrival on Mac.
As with all forms of tech, the importance of Game Center on Mac rests heavily on how much developers choose to support it. If we only see a handful of games offer cross-platform play, that could spell big trouble for Apple. But why be cynical when we’ve no real proof of how things will turn out? Let’s all stay optimistic in the meantime, and look forward to some awesome new gaming experiences. Keep an eye out for this one as part of Mac’s new Mountain Lion OSX release in July.