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Atomic Live 2005 show report at bit-tech

Posted on Sunday, December 18 2005 @ 02:59:53 CET by

Bit-tech modding superstar G-gnome has Project WMD on public display for the first time ever, and it's also the first chance for Aussie gamers to play Xbox 360. Sounds like Atomic Live 2005, Australia's top gaming and modding event. We have the full coverage, including guys in big Orc costumes and some very lovely ladies.

"Atomic Live 2005 was held last week at the former Fox Studios in Sydney. The event was so named because it was organised by Atomic Magazine - the top Aussie enthusiast mag for hardware and modding. It is the equivalent of Maximum PC in the US, and Custom PC magazine in Europe. This first one-day event held much promise. It was the first chance to play Xbox 360 before it is released Down Under in March 2006, grill the Atomic team in a Q&A session, learn about dual-core and 64-bit computing in the AMD keynote presentation, and of course, lots of cool prize giveaways."

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