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Wherever there are video games, you'll find Nvidia lurking nearby. The hardware company has created some of the world's most shiny technology, tucked away inside GPUs, video cards and motherboards (not to mention the PS3 console).
It's no surprise, then, that Nvidia had quite a hefty presence at this year's E3. Many of the games on show have been optimised for this specific technology, and the company itself was showing off a hand-picked collection of titles that used specific features.
Visitors checked out 3D PC versions of Dungeon Siege III, Duke Nukem Forever and Alice: Madness Returns. We chatted to Leslie from the company, who treated us to a sneaky peek at what's coming up in Crysis 2's Ultra Upgrade, as well as explaining a bit more about what Nvidia has been up to, and what's coming up in the future for the company.
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