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When we started out, we sometimes felt a need to amass an impressive portfolio of stuff to show off. That said, we still haven’t acquired the knack of using terms like “franchise,” “product,” or “SKU” with straight faces. CGW: Top advice for mod teams still in the trenches? JG: Try to pick an appropriate engine for your mod. If you’re doing a total conversion with vastly different functionality than the game whose engine you’re modding, make sure and stick to something with a good SDK such as [the] Unreal or Source [engines].
Dell sure is determined to try to impress the hardcore. 5TB hard drive, and not one, not two, but four Nvidia GeForce Dude! but the XPS was sick! working in Quad SLI. Somebody is compensating, but I don’t care. I saw Call of Duty 2 running smooth as silk on Dell’s crispy new 30-inch LCD monitor at an amazing 2650x1600 pixel resolution. Epic’s Mark Rein couldn’t stop talking about this machine and neither could I. I’m just surprised that the cooling solution for the XPS 600 kept this PC from melting.
Those toy Robosapiens and goofy Sony AIBOs feel as artificial as they look—like some clumsy pile of plastic. Pleo, though, is a different story. What looks like a rubberized toy baby dinosaur (a camarasaurus, to be precise) is really a supersophisticated robot. With a learning OS and biomechanically correct motors, it moves and behaves as you’d…err…expect a baby dinosaur to act. I guess. It can even interface with a PC. The parent company, UGOBE, has big plans for the future—even working with game designers.