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This isn’t directly related to PC gaming or hardware, but we thought it was very exciting. Many of us cut our gaming teeth on the original Tron games back in the 80’s and/or were huge fans of the first Tron movie.
The Fractal Design Define R2 case, Nate from CustomPCMax and Bill Owen from MNPCTECH reviewed with a system installed.
The ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics processing unit (GPU) is the latest addition to the world’s first and only graphics offerings to fully support Microsoft DirectX® 11 and ATI Eyefinity technology.
Star Vault’s Unreal Engine 3-powered action MMORPG has entered open beta, allowing anyone who downloads the Mortal Online client to participate in the game’s ongoing development:
Aliens vs. Predator trailer that demonstrates the Predator Hunt multiplayer mode, an entire team of Marines against a single Predator.
You can now submit your own homemade Team Fortress 2 items, weapons and hats to Valve for possible inclusion in the game. Info on how to get started can be found here, and the submission site itself here.
Here are the details to the patch.
Nvidia has introduced a new range of GPUs aimed specifically at the notebook market and already appearing in some laptops. In total there are seven GPUs forming the new GeForce 300M range and offering optimizations for Windows 7.
Here are the details to the new, first patch for Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2.
The LEGO Universe trailer introduces the destructive creatures seeking to snuff out imagination in the game world, asking LEGO fans to enlist in an epic battle of good versus evil. Gameplay videos show a variety of players and play styles, and several new screenshots display the first areas encountered in LEGO Universe, including Avant Gardens and Gnarled Forest.
AMD has unveiled new ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series graphics for mobile platform finally at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2010 convention.
Do you remember the awe you felt first firing up Half-Life 2 in 2004? Now fire it up in 2010. Flat textures, dull lighting. Not quite the same jaw dropping reaction, is it?