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  2. Croc 2 - Wikipedia

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    Croc 2 is a platform video game developed by Argonaut Software and published by Fox Interactive.The sequel to Croc: Legend of the Gobbos, it revolves around the title character going on a quest to search for his missing parents, as well as saving the Inventor Gobbo from a revived Baron Dante.

  3. BMX XXX - Wikipedia

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    BMX XXX is a sports video game developed by Z-Axis and published by Acclaim Entertainment under their AKA Acclaim label for the Xbox, PlayStation 2 and GameCube.While primarily a BMX-based action sports title, it earned most of its notoriety for containing nudity, foul language and adult humor.

  4. GeForce 7 series - Wikipedia

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    Discontinued support. Nvidia has ceased driver support for GeForce 7 series. The GeForce 7 series is the last to support the Windows 2000 operating system. The successor GeForce 8 series only supports Windows XP and later (the Windows 8 drivers also support Windows 10).

  5. PowerDVD - Wikipedia

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    CyberLink PowerDVD is a universal [definition needed] media player for movie discs, video files, photos and music. The latest version PowerDVD 20 released on April 14, 2020 includes support for the new Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc and 8K video format.

  6. Google Play - Wikipedia

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    Google Play, also branded as the Google Play Store and formerly Android Market, is a digital distribution service operated and developed by Google.It serves as the official app store for certified devices running on the Android operating system and its derivatives as well as Chrome OS, allowing users to browse and download applications developed with the Android software development kit (SDK ...

  7. GameCube - Wikipedia

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    Competition from the Sega Genesis and Sony's PlayStation in the 1990s changed the market's landscape, however, and reduced Nintendo's ability to obtain exclusive, third-party support on the Nintendo 64. The console's cartridge-based media was also increasing the cost to manufacture software, as opposed to the cheaper, higher-capacity optical ...

  8. Unified Video Decoder - Wikipedia

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    The UVD version in "Fiji" and "Carrizo"-based graphics controller hardware is also announced to provide support for High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC, H.265) hardware video decoding, up to 4K, 8-bits color (H.265 version 1, main profile); and there is support for the 10bit-color HDR both H.265 and VP9 video codec in the AMD Radeon 400 series ...

  9. Development of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Wikipedia

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    PlayStation 3 release. The PS3 version of the game was ported/developed by 4J Studios who have worked with Bethesda in other projects. In April 2006, an inadvertently mailed version of Bethesda's supposed forthcoming game release list began a series of unconfirmed rumors of Oblivion releases for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Portable (PSP).