Nvidia Price Cuts Imminent

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Nvidia Price Cuts Imminent
Last month we reported that retailers and e-tailers alike were beginning to sell more ATI cards than Nvidia cards.  Statistics now show that since the release of the HD 4000 series, AMD's graphics market share has jumped up to 40%.  AMD expects to bring that number up further, believing they will be able to lay claim to half the market after dropping their prices further.
The pressure is on for Nvidia, and they're giving into it.  Word has been given that in order to counter AMD's move, Nvidia will soon be cutting prices for the GTX 200, 9800GT, and 9600GT series cards.  Unfortunately, the amount of these cuts is currently unknown.
Overall, price cuts can only be good for the consumer.  Reiterating on whats been said over and over now, it's nice to see AMD/ATI pushing Nvidia back after such a long time.
Are you ready for cheaper cards?
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07-11-2008, 07:34:17

What did u guys make of this game ?

Personally, I thought it was great up until it breaks into the tribe thing - and perhaps the charming thing gets a bit much after a while.

Eh ??

07-11-2008, 11:26:03

My mrs hammered it for about a week, then got bored of it. Her opinion was that it was great fun and the online additional content is great, however each section seemed samey, and this grated on her, plus she then got more interested in playing warhammer...I only played up to the 2nd stage...and thought "sod this" theres better things I can do with my time....like peel the skin off my face...sorry just wasn't my kind of game....

09-11-2008, 12:40:58

i have to admit i was stoked for the release of this, got it, played it for a couple of weeks, got the space stage then it just felt like a grind.. so i haven't really played it since :(

09-11-2008, 13:55:49

Yea it was great at first but then when it hit tribal stage and you were stuck with your creatures the game just became a bore

10-11-2008, 04:28:02

Agreed with the above. It was good to play through and had some good stuff in there but some of the stages made it far less enjoyable than it should have been.

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