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Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Monday, August, 18, 2003 7:51 PM


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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Monday, August, 18, 2003 8:33 PM
What the heck is "Infinium Phantom"???


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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Monday, August, 18, 2003 8:45 PM
No Idea. But it does look very familar with the Light cycles game from Tron 2.0 with a small twist in it.




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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Monday, August, 18, 2003 9:19 PM
Yeah, the twist being that they're both going to be derezzed!


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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, August, 19, 2003 7:56 AM
the Infinium Phantom is a new home video game console that will (allegedly) be the single most powerful gaming system on the planet, with a 3 GHz internal processor, a 100 GB HD, and 256 MB of DDR-RAM, built-in ethernet, USB ports, and a specialized system OS based on Windows XP.

Weird thing is though, near as I can tell, the system doesn't have any sort of optical drive...from what I hear, all the games are downloaded onto the HD via Internet.

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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, August, 19, 2003 8:56 AM
*Reads FusionAddicts post*

Yeeeah...a game console that you can only D/L games using broadband?

*hears the whisteling of a crashing system in the distance*


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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, August, 26, 2003 4:58 PM
the link you provided is not working and I have DSL just so you know, but I do invite the makings of a new gaming system, as for broadband, I can't get it for my home because I'm in a too rural location, UGH! I guess I'll have to play at work and forget about my Hyperspace webcam time,.....UGH!

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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, August, 26, 2003 5:00 PM
That machine is but a rumor.

The company is but a TINY office 10x10 space in a strip mall in office...

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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, August, 26, 2003 5:03 PM


Yeah, I've heard lately that the Phantom is supposed to be a hoax . . . now, why would someone bother doing this? It costs money to set up the site, and so on.

Someone has an odd sense of humor.



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Re: Infinium Phantom Movie: Anything Look Familiar?

on Tuesday, September, 16, 2003 5:09 PM
Yeah, supposedly a guy who works in the same strip mall that Infinium's office is in called, asking wabout investing. The guy asked if they had any working models, and the guy on the other end said they had over "100 in our facility." When the guy said he had seen the company's 100 foot by 100 foot "facility" in the strip mall, the guy went completely ape, cussing him out and threatening to sue.

Based on the system specs alone, all I can say is that I will remain skeptical until I can get my hands arouns a contoller at Toys R Us.

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