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Sunday, 01 July 2007 17:55

Ageia is back with GRAW 2

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: The full demo


Graw 2 comes in July and it will have one full level just for the Ageia Physix owners. The demo will be enabled if the game detects the card and we’ve seen the video from it and we have to say that it looks much better then the ordinary version of GRAW 2.

There will be some more titles available for back to school based on Unreal engine 3 and they guys are working hard to make this physics real.

They even won an award for innovation and look at Peter better known as PW ex ATI chap celebrating with its PR manager on the stage. The man in orange are Farouk Hemray and Frederic Simard the chaps that make Digital Consumer Channel 2007 possible.

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