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 wish I could buy Fortnite loot with PUBG loot. (1 Hour ago)
In that short period, EA tried to launch new IP's, but for some reason, they weren't very succesfull. (2 Hours ago)
@Tinks: Dead Space 1 was a good start but with way too much backtracking. Dead Space 2 was better, but was less tension. DS3 was last shot at trying to make it into a profitable franchise. (2 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: That doesn't really make a lot of sense in the context of GTA:O because all of the core content is free, but selling currency is how they make money. (3 Hours ago)
Dead Space 1 and 2 were great I agree. 3 shouldn't have killed that franchise. RIP Visceral (3 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: Rockstar didn't share any information on the new edition. Just that it's for current gen and PS4 pro and X1X (4 Hours ago)
@droezelke: what are they adding to it? all the online stuff? so it's just all unlocked from the get-go? (4 Hours ago)