If you're a PC gamer, chances are you've heard of Nvidia's Shadow Play, whose beta started a few days ago. Thanks to this new system added to the most recent graphics cards, capturing videos in PC games becomes easier and less demanding, though it's still not perfect in fast gameplay sequences. Audio can only be recorded at 96 Kbits, which is ok but still below our standards, but should satisfy most people. Overall, it's a promising tool that we think many players will be glad to use, even more as it is completely free. Here's an example of the video quality you can get with the new replay of WRC 4.
I had trouble getting into the new Deus Ex games because of their terrible cover mechanics. (6 Hours ago)
when the actual gaming exploration/missions began, they are so arcaic mechanically. (8 Hours ago)
Prey if freaking amazing, the whole lot of it. Just shows how much I hate and battle to like something like human revo/mankind devided. Pedios games are awful in comparison. Just can't get into them (8 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: No, simulation sickness (11 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: trends. 2D fighters was all the rage, then 3D fighters took over, now it switched back to 2D fighters. It'll switch again. (13 Hours ago)