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Wednesday, 20 February 2008 13:26

PC Gaming Alliance officially unveiled

Written by Slobodan Simic

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During GDC in San Francisco

 

The Games Developer Conference that is currently held in San Francisco was the perfect place for the PC Gaming Alliance to be officially unveiled. During the past few weeks there has been a lot of talk about this organization, which should promote PC gaming and actually push it back on track, since gaming consoles have practically taken over as far as gaming goes.

PC Gaming Alliance's mission, if they choose to accept it, is to drive worldwide growth of PC gaming with the help from "leading" software and hardware companies from around the world. This is a great concept and it isn't that strange to see great rivals standing side by side in the time of trouble. When we say great rivals, we mean DAAMIT right next to Intel and Nvidia, and Epic games right next Activision. Other partners in this project include Acer, Dell, and as some of the sites report Razer, even Microsoft with its Xbox 360 has taken a stand in this organization.

This will probably become more and more popular and other partners might join in as soon as this thing gets on its feet. The Web site is online and you can check it out here. We just hope that this will be enough to get PC gaming back where it should be, on the top.


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