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Taking a Look at Mafia II and its PhysX Use
Mafia II pits you as Vito Scaletta, set out to rule the streets of the fictional city "Empire Bay" throughout 1945 - 1957. As the latest game to feature NVIDIA's TWIMTBP branding, Mafia II features both 3D Vision and PhysX support. We're taking a look at the latter to see just what it is the game offers in the physics regard.
Read our full preview of Mafia II and then discuss it here!
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