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GPX2 Linux PMP and Game Console

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You are not into the mainstream Sony PSP and Nintendo DS portable game consoles? Then take a look at the new Gamepark GPX2 Linux powered portable game console.

In related news: World's first PSP Trojan

VDrift v2005-10-02 Screenshots

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VDrift, the cross-platform open-source driving simulator designed for drift racing, recently released its 2005-10-02 source. Phoronix has the screenshots.

Quake IV goes Gold

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Some days after publishing that there will be a native GNU/Linux port of Quake4, idsoftware announced the finalization of the next sequel of the Quake series.

Gaming Open Source

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Open source software and code pops up within the game industry in numerous ways. While attending a Women in Games International event, the opportunity to discuss open source with people actually in the industry came up.

Quake IV will be released for Linux

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Timothee 'TTimo' Besset from id Software confirmed officially that the next sequel of the Quake series, Quake IV will be released for the Linux platform.

id co-founder suing former colleagues

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id Software co-founder Adrian Carmack (no relation to John Carmack, id's lead programmer) has launched a lawsuit against his former company.

PlanetPenguin Racer v0.5 ALPHA

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Whether your in search of a great OpenGL racing game to play in your time off, or would rather enjoy supporting open-source gaming projects, today we have some screenshots of the latest PlanetPenguin Racer v0.5 ALPHA release.

Is The PC Dead For Gamers?

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Here's a big question that has been making the rounds of late: "Is the PC dead as a gaming platform?"

Say it loud: you play games and you're proud

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Will it ever be OK to discuss videogames among adults? 56% of all gamers are aged between 24 and 44. And yet, very few people over the age of 30 talk about them.

On Location With: DOOM: The Movie

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I'm standing on the set of the upcoming DOOM film, and, as someone who played all the way through DOOM 3, it's quite a surreal experience.

Nintendo Revolution specs revealed?

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A Factor 5 employee who goes by the name "Han Solo" claims to know the Revolution's specs, and has leaked them.

Quake 4 Hands-On Preview

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Recently I was invited to spend a few memorable hours in the tortured universe of Quake. Activision assembled a few gaming journalists together in front of some high end PCs and gave them just two directives.

New Quake4 Movies

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Some new video of the upcoming Quake4 surfaced a few days ago at 3dgamers. These are a few frames from a multiplayer game and of some of the new vehicles.

Games watchdog warns over content

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Games publishers in the US have been told by the industry's watchdog that they must declare any hidden content in games released since September 2004.

Sony Recalls 3.5 Mln Playstation Power Adaptors

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ruh-ro, Sony Corp. is recalling 3.5 million faulty power adaptors for its popular PlayStation 2 video game console because they may overheat and cause injury.

Nexuiz 1.2.1 released

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A new version of Nexuiz was released yesterday. Old clients won't work properly with 1.2.1 servers - so make sure to update your copy. You won't regret! There is a full download and patches for Nexuiz 1.1 and 1.2 - each download supports Windows, Linux and MacOS X.

Unreal Tournament 2007 Previews/Video @ GC

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Epic and Midway attended last month's GC 2005, an industry trade show held in Leipzig, Germany, to show Unreal Tournament 2007, the next title in the semi-annual multiplayer FPS series.

Computer shoot-up games set young minds firing

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Playing violent computer games for up to eight hours a week has many benefits for young people.

Shoppers rush to pocket Sony PSP

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Shops around the UK say Sony's PlayStation Portable has been snapped up by gamers, with many saying they have sold out of their stock. Its European launch was delayed 9 months to ensure supplies for its US debut.

Nexuiz v1.2 Screenshots

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A new patch for the opensource 1st-person shooter is available. Improvements include support for CTF, Domination and Teamplay gamemodes, completely new Runematch gamemode, and two new maps. phoronix.com has some wonderful screenshots.

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