XSplit Vs. OBS: Which Streaming Software is Right for You?

If you want to stream to Twitch and have the ability to modify your broadcast’s appearance, you’ll need good streaming software. Personally, I use XSplit. However, I wanted to test out why so many people prefer Open Broadcaster Software. So, I decided to compare XSplit to OBS to see which is better.

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Review: Fallout Shelter and the 2D Experience

Fallout is one of the most engaging game franchises for lovers of the post-apocalyptic world genre. It has spanned throughout the decades bringing new elements to play while staying true to its original concept. Fallout Shelter is just another excellent adaptation to this post-nuclear action role play game.

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Review: Magic Duels Available On Steam

I’ve been a fan of Magic: the Gathering since it was competing in game shops with my other favorite game, Spellfire. When it came to the computer, I was quite excited. Over the years, it has changed quite a bit. My latest exploration of the M:tG universe is the Magic Duels title available on Steam. So far, it’s been a good digital adaptation of the epic card game.

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Review: Diamond HD Game Capture GC500

When you begin streaming games live or recording console game videos for YouTube, you need a capture card that works. The Diamond HD Game Capture GC500 device does its job, but not as well as I would have hoped. Although it does allow me to record my play from game systems, it lacks some of the smooth performance I was looking for in order to appear professional. However, the price is right for those that need a solution on a budget.

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