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Hellacious marketing: Dante's Inferno is in the code

It seems the marketing team behind Dante's Inferno hasn't burnt out yet, with several ASCII art campaigns popping up in the source code for several popular websites. All direct to the same Dante's Inferno site. The first image (above) appeared in digg's code, as noted by brentcsutoras, and...

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The downloadable demo rumors: still rumors

The Internet has been slightly a splode lately with rumors about a new Wii channel for game demos. Game blogs everywhere have been picking up the story, which originally came from German magazine Games Aktuell via their website, Cynamite. Unfortunately for those of us waiting for an announcement of...

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A fun way to stumble upon games online

StumbleUpon is a brilliant service that helps you find interesting websites online with the help of other people. Taking the form of a free Firefox plugin, it feels like a kind of web-wide Digg, where you vote on websites that you like which pushes up that link's popularity and increases the...

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Buyer's Guide: Graphics cards compared

Choosing a new graphics card can involve a difficult and lengthy hunt for comparative benchmarks to work out where to put your cash. Fortunately, Tom's Hardware Guide have put together a handy interactive comparison chart which can help reduce this problem to the simple act of staring at a few...

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Battlefield 2142 allegedly confirmed by PC Gamer [Update1]

According to digg, this video trailer from the May 2006 issue of PC Gamer confirms the existence of Battlefield 2142 and its pending release this fall. Feel free to watch those warring mechs, but we'll hold off judgment until we hear the official word from EA/DICE. Do you believe a future ice age...

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Mini Digg for PSP

Do you like Digg? We like Digg too, which is why when we discovered this nifty little mini-aggregator formatted specifically for PSP browsers (a mobile version's available as well) we knew that our Digg surfing would no longer be restricted to home PCs and laptops. The service only formats the top...

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