My current spec:
Slot1 P3 800 (FSB100)
768Meg ram (PC100)
GF4 Ti4200-8x @ 2x AGP, o/c'd a bit
I'd say it'll run on this box.
Perhaps "run" should be precede the words "unacceptably poorly" in the
Looking to upgrade to Abit AN7, Mobile Xp2500 @ ~2.4Ghz, 2x512Meg
PC3200 dual-channel, Radeon 9800Pro 256-bit @ XT in the next 1-3
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 10:26:50 +0100, Glen Gray <glen at lincor.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 09:57, John P. Looney wrote:
> > Though I'm sure Doom3 will be pretty, rumours have already started that
> > Splash Designs are working on a Doom3 based RCTW2 clone.
> I'm sure there'll be lots of licenses to the new engine sold. Quake iv
> is also on the cards, but it's being kept pretty quiet so as not to
> steal Doom3's thunder.
>> > Splash did the free (and most excellent) Enemy Territory game based on
> > the RCTW Engine. If you've not played it - go do it. You can find a
> > Windows and Linux client for the game, though it's multiplayer only.
> I'm pretty sure these guys also co-developed the multiplayer aspect of
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