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Rift

Rift Tweak Guide and Optimization Tips

Squeeze more performance from Trion's MMO

Having recently purchased Trion’s new MMORPG Rift and having a first-hand experience at its horrible engine optimization, I figured it’d come in handy to collect in a singular source all of the relevant tweaks I’ve found on the forums and various websites. I cannot take credit for most of these findings and have linked back to their original authors where appropriate to do so.

As a disclaimer, I cannot vouch that these tweaks will work under all conditions, if at all but I do try to filter out the junk from the relevant stuff whenever possible.

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spoon

Test your website on IE6, Safari, Chrome or play Halo right from your browser

A virtualization website that will blow your mind

A somewhat well-kept and cherished tool of many web designers, Spoon is a virtualization website that allows you to run many useful applications right from your browser. No installation required, to some extent – you’ll need to install their plugin. Not only does it offer all the browsers you’d ever need, it also lets you play the original Halo demo (including multiplayer) as well as several other impressive contenders, right from your browser.

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World of Warcraft Tweaks

World of Warcraft Tweaks and Fun Stuff

Make it better, faster and even bloodier

While World of Warcraft isin’t exactly the most system intensive game out there, there are some gamers who just need the extra framerates or simply like to customize their gaming experience as much as they can. In this article, I’ll be exploring several lesser known tweaks and variables to get the most out of the MMORPG we all love.

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Full Throttle

Games you should have played, Vol. 2

Full Throttle

What video game combines my love of motorcycles, being a bad ass, murder and adventure all the while listening to heavy rock at the same time? No, not The Lost and Damned, you yuppie (but I did love that game too), I’m talking about LucasArt’s SCUMM classic: Full Throttle.

First released in April 1995, Full Throttle was LucasArt’s tenth SCUMM game, and the first game they’ve released for Windows. The adventure, point-and-click follows the story of protagonist and biker gang leader “Ben” as he attempts to clear his name after being falsely accused of the murder of the last motorcycle manufacturer, Malcolm Corley.

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Grim Fandango

Games you should have played, Vol. 1

Grim Fandango

Released in 1998 by LucasArts, Grim Fandango follows the adventure of the undead, skeletal travel agent Manuel “Manny” Calavera as he travels the world in an attempt to save his lost client, Ms. Mercedes Colomar from an eternity in limbo and to help her reach the 9th underworld. While a commercial failure which lead to the decline in adventure games, Grim Fandago earns its place at the heart of many gamers as one of the best games of all time, let alone the adventure genre.

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