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Submitted by GamePimp 2474d ago | news

Quake 4 Gets amBX Enabled

Philips announced today that they have signed an agreement with id software to provide an amBX mod for Quake 4. Now, those with the amBX peripherals can experience custom light, rumble and wind effects to help enhance the experience. An amBX enabled version of Quake 4 was shown off at QuakeCon, where it was received positively. (Industry, PC, Quake 4)

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