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Nvidia, Capcom Release DX10 Lost Planet PC Demo

Representatives from Capcom and Nvidia have announced the release of a PC demo version of Capcom's hit Xbox 360 game Lost Planet, the first demo for Windows Vista's DirectX 10 produced with the help of the Nvidia technology team.
Representatives from Capcom and Nvidia have announced the release of a PC demo version of Capcom's hit Xbox 360 game Lost Planet, the first demo for Windows Vista's DirectX 10. First announced in April, Nvidia told Gamasutra the company was exclusively "working with Capcom to bring this title to the PC and include DX 10 graphics," with Nivida providing the development team with DX 10 graphics cards "ongoing technical assistance." The final game, expected for release on June 26th, will feature "Extreme High Definition" (XHD) support, with resolutions up to 2560x1600 pixels, as well as "advanced special effects, and improved lighting and shadows." Said Lost Planet producer Jun Takeuchi, “NVIDIA technical expertise was critical in making our game look even better on the PC. The incredible rendering power of NVIDIA GeForce graphics processors allows gamers to experience every amazing detail that Lost Planet has to offer.” The demo, which is also available for DirectX 9, is now available by visiting Nvidia's official nZone page.

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