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  • ...Warrior in the early 1990s. The latter game prompted Universal Interactive Studios to sign the duo to a three-title contract and fund the expansion of the com ...t for the PlayStation in 1996. Naughty Dog developed three Crash Bandicoot games over the next several years. After developing Crash Team Racing, the compan
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  • ...division. The Rockstar Games label was founded in New York City in 1998[3] by the British video game producers Sam Houser, Dan Houser, Terry Donovan, Jam ...me to the marketing, public relations and product development departments.[7]
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  • |developer = Angel Studios |publisher = [[Rockstar Games]] (US, EU), [[Syscom]] (JP)
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  • |publisher = [[Buena Vista Games]] (US, EU), [[Disney Interactive Studios]] (AU) |gameinfo = Inspired by the "superhero movie within the movie" finale of Walt Disney Pictures' film
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  • |developer = Rocksteady Studios ...game developed by British games developer Rocksteady Studios and published by Eidos Interactive for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The game was released in
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  • |developer = Swordfish Studios |publisher = [[Vivendi Games|Vivendi Universal Games]]
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  • |developer = Angel Studios |publisher = [[Rockstar Games]] (US, EU), [[Syscom]] (JP), [[Sony|SCEA]] (US)
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  • |developer = [[Snowblind Studios]] |publisher = [[Vivendi Games|Vivendi Universal Games]] (US), [[Virgin Interactive]] (EU), [[Pacific Century Cyber Works]] (JP)
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  • |developer = Criterion Games |publisher = [[Electronic Arts|EA Games]]
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  • ...atsu, slot machines, arcade cabinets and video games. Konami is famous for games such as the ''Metal Gear'' series, ''Dance Dance Revolution'' series, ''Cas ...s founded in 1969 as a jukebox rental and repair business in Osaka, Japan, by Kagemasa Kōzuki, the still-current chairman and president. The name "Konam
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  • : <nowiki>Ha was right :p. 4000th by arcum.</nowiki> : <nowiki>Hopefully by the time you reach 6000 the emulator will become next to perfect.</nowiki>
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  • : <nowiki>CD-based games booting (as far as I can tell).</nowiki> : <nowiki>This patch by matsuri makes playing with vsync a lot nicer, so thanks for that</nowiki>
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  • ...owerfull with this 5000 revision something about speeding the core threads by 20%</nowiki> : <nowiki>@rama, by the way where is the dev channel. I want my chocolates :p</nowiki>
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  • ...hould* do the same thing as previously, and has been tested on a number of games, but it bears watching.</nowiki> : <nowiki>@@ -448,7 +452,11 @@</nowiki>
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  • ...r your own projects ([http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ CC BY-NC-SA 3.0]). To browse the similar list on demo discs, please follow [[Comp |April 10, 2003;; July 7, 2004 <small>(Korea)</small>
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