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Cool Video About the Development of a Few Things

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Cool video about xbox development, i wonder what your thoughts are, and has anyone got more of this content to share?




I'm curious about what PC ports exist and what may have been possible

Just read through RandySlims post here, he has a good list of games... nice to run into 'digthatbox' again... its outside of my oxbox TUNNELVISION so i guess i forgot about it

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