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Old 01-21-2007, 12:59 AM   #1
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We had a good meeting with AGEIA earlier this month and they had some new stuff to show. Greg will be publishing an article shortly that goes into greater detail, so you can look forward to that.

I've just uploaded the four main videos they showcased there though, which shows the progress of the games. If you are interested, give them a download and you can give your own opinion as to whether AGEIA is moving forward or not.

Auto Assault - Link (50MB)
Bet on Soldier Cloth Demo - Link (35MB)
Cell Factor Revolution - Link (101MB)
Stoked Riders - Link (46MB)
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Just to add to what Rob has said, we are testing Stoked Rider and Bet on Soldier and should release the results shortly. This will carry over and include our thoughts from our meetings with Ageia at CES 3 weeks ago.
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hi.
it looks good, very realistic .. but PC with ageia is goung to be very expensive... i have 7950GT & i was unable to play Cellfactor... even in 800x600...you need a monster PC...because if one box is going to explode in 100pieces, GPU is going mad trying to process every peace... don't know if is worth it ...
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