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When I first saw the web site for the curiously-named Phantom video game console from Infinium Labs, the name seemed appropriate. The site's graphics were rough and some of the claims seemed dubious. I suspected the whole thing might have been a hoax or perhaps a student project of some kind.
Several months have passed since I first saw the Infinium Labs/Phantom web site and today it looks quite a bit different: slick and professional with more realistic claims. The Phantom just might be real after all. We should know in a few days; according to the front page of the Robrady Design web site, the Phantom will be unveiled at midnight on August 17th.
Further developments will be reported here at Game Buzz as they happen, but in the meantime, here are some links for your clicking and reading pleasure:
www.phantom.net - Currently Mirroring the Infinium Labs Web Site
Posted by Brian Sexton at 5:18:00pm on Friday, August 15th, 2003 (PDT)