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Nvidia Mocks AMD Mecha HK-2207 Demo
Old 19 December 2010, 02:24   #1
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Just a few days ago AMD finally released its Mecha HK-2207 (aka Mecha Rampage) DirectX 11 real-time demo to the wide public. And it seems that our favorite Nvidia PR person already has something to say about it.

Nvidia's Igor Stanek, Senior Product PR Manager of EMEA has posted the following response on his Twitter page: "Just tested Mecha Rampage demo and I'm very disappointed. It should be DX11 tech demo, but it looks like DX8/9 with 10 years old physics. Looks like NVIDIA is last company with real tech demos. Supersonic Sled, Aliens vs Triangles or Endless City are from different galaxy."
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Love or hate this guy - but again, he's right. The demo does look poor! Hell, the last ATI demo that actually rocked was Toyshop from the X1800 launch.
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All this dirt slanging is depressing me. its like a bunch of five year olds are the heads of either company xD
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Regardless on the quality of the demo, the childish shite coming from Nvidia is just......... ... . . .. .. . ..... .....SHIT.
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well if you're going to advertise your product with inhouse demo's.... better make them worthwhile.
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Whether the demo sucks or not, they're doing bad marketing, and degrading themselves to the level of the I'm a Mac videos (which I'm glad Apple gave up).
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Wow I Just Run the Demo is really Cheap!!!!!!
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Nvidia - The world leader in douchebaggery, striving to push the limits of childish shit flinging to better reflect its fan base.
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well if you're going to advertise your product with inhouse demo's.... better make them worthwhile.
I would rather they didn't waste resources and money on a useless demo and focussed on the hardware development. I buy hardware for its bang per buck for the level I need. Not for the demos that come on the CD in the box, as that rarely even gets unpacked.
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Demo is for showing off and if can't be done properly, it's better to be left out of the equation.
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