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AMD may have released its new DirectX 10-compatible ATI Radeon months after the Windows Vista launch, but the delay hasn't affected PC enthusiasts because most of the highly anticipated DirectX 10 games, such as Crysis and BioShock, aren't going to arrive until the second half of the year. Yes, we've seen DirectX 10 versions of Lost Planet and Company of Heroes, but we can't expect modified DirectX 9 games to compete against new games developed for DirectX 10. Subtle shadowing changes and extra rocks on the ground aren't going to help Microsoft sell more copies of Vista.

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