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You missed us! Press play below for our most recent broadcast playing Assassin's Creed: Unity on 2015-01-29.
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Games we like include (but are not limited to) the following:
Many more will be added to this list!!
Looking forward to playing!
Some notes about our setup, we generally only broadcast at 480p at the moment due to hardware restrictions. Also, I've chosen to only use an external microphone for all audio. When I mix the external mic with direct line audio there is an echo. Because of this configuration the game audio you hear from the external mic may be softer or lower quality than you expect, the best way to handle it is to just turn the volume up. This way of capturing audio also results in a slight delay (10-30ms) between the game audio and what you see on the stream, this is normal and shouldn't be too hard to cope with. Especially considering the alternative is an echo or no external mic for commentary.
We can't broadcast when playing in 3D.
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