Monthly Archives: March 2004

More Inifinium amusements

Kyle Bennett, owner and mouthpiece for, announced that HardOCP has filed a lawsuit against Infinium Labs in response to Infinium Lab’s demands to HardOCP demanding that the site retract an article published last September which profiled Infinium’s CEO Tim … Continue reading

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A plethora of shader tools

When it rains, it pours. We’re being treated to a slew of new shader writing tools. ATI updates their previously available RenderMonkey. NVIDIA jumps into the fold with FX Composer. And RTZen joins as well with a more production oriented … Continue reading

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Yet more ex-MS employees form game company

In what was probably one of the most successful spamming campaigns yet (judging by the sheer number of “announcements” that hit the web) two ex-Microsoft employees – Herb Marselas & Chas (Charles) Boyd formed Redmond game studio Emogence LLC. If … Continue reading

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