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Tuesday, May 13, 2003

UT2K4 Announced

Atari and Epic have announced Unreal Tournament 2004. It will ship with all the UT2K3 content (including the bonus packs) and some cool new features. Here's the most notable:

Dare I say . . . w00t! No word on Linux yet.

Monday, May 12, 2003

The RIAA apologizes

According to this CNet article, the RIAA actually issued an apology for making a DCMA threat against Penn State University that was completely unfounded. They accused the Penn State astronomy department of piracy, when the issue was a professor named Usher (also an RIAA artist) and a home-grown band's song about a radio telescope.

Can somebody just put this rabid RIAA pitbull to sleep? "Oh, we're sorry. It must have been a temp employee that messed up". Please. Good face you're putting on the music industry there, guys. Keep up the good work.

Video cards on Doom ]|[

[H]ard|OCP has put up a new article benchmarking the latest video cards on Doom ]|[. There's a long-winded explaination of how this came to be, but the results of the tests, run on the GeForceFX 5900 Ultra, 5600 Ultra, Radeon 9800 Pro 256MB, 9600 Pro, and 9500 Pro, are worth a look.

A.T. Hun comments: I want to see the tests redone when DOOM III is actually out and you can actually buy those cards (and ATI has time for a driver refresh). If the benchmarks hold, NVIDIA might be back in it.

UT Patch 451 release

There is a new unofficial (but supported) version 451 patch release for the original Unreal Tournament on UTPG. The release notes are also available.

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