So you’ve got an Intel CPU i3, i5, i7 with an integrated GPU HD3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 or whathaveyou? You can use that iGPU to offload your encoding work with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) be it for recording or streaming purposes. Obviously the newer your CPU the better the QuickSync will be at encoding. As… Read more Using Intel’s QuickSync with Open Broadcaster Software (OBS)
I’ve got a few games that don’t have native borderless full-screen support, and I was looking for solutions. Found some, but this is by far, in my opinion, the best solution yet. More after the break.
About 5 years ago I posted a similar post like this about Fallout 3, after all this time it still seems to be frequently accessed through various links. Well, it’s time for another. However this time I can save you a lengthy post by simply referring you to a neat, awesome site which list pretty… Read more Must have mods and texturepacks for Skyrim!
Yes, I’m alive. Still. Probably. Maybe? Anyway, have you come across games where the game’s intro video or cinematic was a pain the arse and unskippable? Well, fear not my dear, lost traveler in the world-wide-web, for I, the basement dwelling Don, have the solution for you. However there’s a catch to this, which I’ll… Read more Skip unskippable game intros!
By McAkomx Soon, on Febuary 7, 2012 the sequel of the 2007 action-game “The Darkness” will be released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. While the gameplay remains true to itself, there are some changes in the presentation. A new graphical style, more on the original comic, and a new voice actor for Jackie. Like… Read more The Darkness 2 (demo walkthrough)