Intel Quad-Core Gaming Alan Wake demonstrates what the Intel Quad-Core can really do for the gaming world. Its pretty impressive! VIDEO-> Via Techeblog Facebook Prev Article Next Article Games Checkout these cool gadgets... Related Posts Omni Gaming Treadmill Gets Moving on Kickstarter Play Station 3 will cost $900 USD to Sony ? Urban Flipper – Play Some Old School Flipper On a Building? How Scary is the Paranormal Activity in Virtual Reality game? RaceCar Simulator Extreme Gaming / Joggle + DDR = King Of Multitasking 5 Comments Rudi September 28, 2006 Welcome to the future, gamers. romanu September 28, 2006 unbelievable. amazing. i stand here with my jaw still dropped. mind-boggling. Noname September 30, 2006 Definitely amazing, however I’m not sure whee it displays the CPU capacity other than in the physics of the demo… however PhysX is supposed to handle that just well. Seems to me that all the eye candy is some GPU’s fault and nice shaders, not a quad-core CPU… TareX October 9, 2006 The graphics are AMAZING. The sunset, the clouds, the sky, the TORNADO, and the amazing water. What’s bugging me is the wa Alan moves, walks and runs. I mean, they change all of that, then stick to the original Max Payne 2002 animations? C’mon this isn’t how a man normally moves. Not in this robotic monotonous, repetitive, walking then running with no transitions between movements whatsoever. Couldn’t they have seen how variable a normal person’s movements are? I mean they DEFINETLY have the resources… This is more mind-blowing, more than any other video I’ve seen, including PS3 footage. Zenmonk January 22, 2008 im just curious as the performance difference from duo core with EQ2 to quad core with EQ2, zoning times from 1 min to 15 seconds?