Gaming in Hi-Def

May 2006
License!;May2006 Plugged In, pS5
Trade Publication
The article discusses the collaboration of VOOM HD Networks with some of the top game industry companies. Gameplay HD is the first ever high-definition video game in the world. VOOM has also partnered with GameSpot of CNET Networks for the creation of two new series designed for the channel. According to Mark DeAngelis, Vice President of Programming of Gameplay HD, their company values the plot in video games that will go well with their 5.1 surround-sound audio.


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