In addition to covering Ghost Recon, PC Perspective also has a high-res gameplay video of Cell Factor, which appears to make significantly better use of the PhysX chip. Cell Factor shows much more impressive effects with large amounts of crates, pipes, and barrels flying around, as well as dynamic cloth, explosions destroying objects, and dynamic liquids. That's to be expected, as according to the Cell Factor web site, it's a "demo developed by Artificial Studios and Immersion Games to show the power of Ageia's PhysX chipset." The Cell Factor demo requires a PhysX card, as well, whereas Ghost Recon does not. "This puts developers in a bind," PC Perspective adds. "Do they create a unique title like this and require a PhysX card to play it, thus cutting out nearly all of their market initially, or do they stick to 'effects physics' like we see in GRAW that don't push the envelope?"