Too bad they decided to show off the feat with such a low-resolution clip. 360p? Seriously?
I've always been disappointed when so-called web games have required plugins, so it's encouraging to see the Mozilla folks working to take that out of the equation. They certainly picked a good partner; Unreal Engine 3 may be the most popular foundation for modern games, at least at the less casual end of the spectrum.
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