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CES 2010: PC version of Dark Void is NVIDIA enhanced


The PC version of Dark Void sounds cooler than its console counterparts. Earlier this afternoon, official Capcom blog Capcom-Unity laid out the differences, telling its readers that this version of the vertical shooter features enhanced physics courtesy of NVIDIA’s new-fangled PhysX tech. Think particle systems.

In an effort to make James Cameron proud (or jump on the CES hype train), Air Tight Games has rigged Dark Void to support NVIDIA’s GeForce 3D Vision crap. This means plenty of headaches and more than a fair share of embarrassment once one of your buds catches you with those dumb glasses on.

Dark Void hits January 12, 2010.

Capcom @ CES: Dark Void Videos for You! [Capcom-Unity]

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