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Games for intel duo machines

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Hi all,

are there any games which are specifically for the intel duo. Or is there any info from developers about up coming games.
I will be hopefully getting the 2ghz 256vram macbook and Im just curious as to what to expect gaming wise.

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You have World of Warcraft and UT2004 currently. Doom3 and some others comming soon. All future games should come out of the box universal. Also older games like Age of Empires 2 and Warcraft 3 run fine. There are more these are just the examples I can rememeber.
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