Asus has once more released their drivers that enable transparency and wireframe views in 3D games, making it possible to pick out opponents behind walls, doors, and the like.
As if that weren't enough, check out PanQuake, which enables 360-degree viewing in the original Quake. I have to admit this one looks pretty sweet. Check out these screenshots. Is that American McGee's Alice, or some kind of cruel, Escher-esque dreamworld?
In case you hadn't figured it out by now, forget about playing a fair game via the Internet. It's over.
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