Crysis SP Demo Released…

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Yes indeed, The long….long….long wait is over we can now  play crysis and have heaps of fun … “Crysis is a next-generation PC first-person shooter from Crytek, the award-winning developers of Far Cry. A stunning technical achievement, Crysis combines incredible visuals, cunning gameplay and an epic story that challenges gamers to adap..” – Megagames more here  

Download  Here  — Ausgamers 

Woot More Leopard Excitment..

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Just so you all know, Dual booting has never been easier, as it was with 10.4, you can still use the latest version of rEFIt (click here to download) to dual boot windows , Linux and OSX 10.5 on the same machine without stuffing around with boot camp and partitioning tools. You can now easily repartition the drive with out being destructive to the information. Disk-utility can now do all this for you (more on this later)I am endeavoring to write a full guide on triple booting and different setups within.Will make a guides section in the forums 

Assassin’s Creed – AusGamers First Look….

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AusGamers Have done a full indepth review of Assassin’s Creed :-D
Small Snippit “Interview Assassin During the demo I decided I needed some answers about the game, all of which Patrice Desilets was more than happy to give up – unfortunately we didn’t have a lot of time, but what we grilled him about certainly helped give the development process more shape. ” – AusGamers 
Check it!!!Here
 

NEWS!! Come Visit the Forums :-)

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Penguinguru 

The Forums are up!!!

Vist forum.penguinguru.org and get Posting!!!!!

 You can discuss all things good and evil about Mods and Software and see what else you can find :-)

Unreal Tournament 3 Release Date

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So according to our friends at Megagames they seem to have got the expected release date for UT 3″Australian one: November, 15, 2007, but don’t expect the U.S. and European launches to be much different.” +Sick to know, i have played the Besta 3 to death, runs great on just about anyrange machine seems to scale it self quite well.