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Could ya post a link to the article, I would be interested in seeing those videos.
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EA is involved?!?

That ruins it for me....

EA is publishing the game but Crytek is still devoloping it. It shouldn't make to much of a difference on the quality of the game (hopefully) it just means that EA will be able to pump their big bucks into the production and marketing of the title.
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http://www.google.co...le Search&meta=
lots of places to get the vids just go to whatever one might be fastest.
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1) That game looks SWEET!
2) Why get the PhysX processor when SLI physics is coming out and looks very promising?
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The ATI Havok looks really good actually mounted on the cards which is a nice money saver and it can make use of the larger amount of memory, mond you why buy a physx system when it can run on a second cpu core just as well.
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