Tag: Games

AGEIA PhysX Card

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“Anandtech”:http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2751 reviews a physics acceleration card. This takes the physics modeling in games, (you know, shoot a bullet, hit a guy and how does he fall?) and puts a dedicated processor in to do that. It’s for the ultimate gaming geeks and requires specialized games to take advantage. The just shipping Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter…

Widescreen Gaming

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Widescreen Gaming Forum Portal. With our new widescreen monitor, older games look wierd. So here’s a site that is dedicated to fixing it. There is a “Master List”:http://www.widescreengamingforum.com/masterlist.php that shows you how to fix your games. A few hacks are noted here for my favorites: h2. Call of Duty The original one which I still…

Tweakguides for Games

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Every gamer wants to make their system faster, so after overclocking like mad, check out “TweakGuides.com”:http://tweakguides.com for the latest on specific tweaks to improve performance: TweakGuides.com – Call of Duty 2 Tweak Guide. A nice review for Call of Duty “What is Antialiasing?”:http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/601/the_simple_antialiasing_and_anisotropic_guide/index.html a guide for those of who think Anisotropic is something that happens…

Educations Games

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Educational Technology and Life: Serious Games Summit: Sandford on COTS Games in Education. We’ve been looking for education games for kids. It is amazing how few of these there areally are. Not edutainment, but something where you can reallky learn. Here are some that we’ve found. This link by the way is the first that…