Surviving the Aftermath is a post apocalyptic, nuclear in nature, colony survival game with heavy emphasis on random encounters, events and gradual technology led progression. Yes, this is a concept that we are all very familiar with, many, many games have fallen into this style of raging nuclear devastation on a global scale and pulled at the cold war shoe strings of a begone era reminding us all that, in a blink of an eye, life can change.
I began searching for a replacement by looking at modern gaming headsets but the models I came across, had just as many pros as they had cons. I took a step back from looking at headsets and decided to go another direction. I began looking at traditional headphones instead of gaming-specific headsets.
Escape from Tarkov is an ultra-realistic FPS set in 2028 Russia during a political crisis in the fictional city of Tarkov. This game draws on many genres for inspiration from the Ultra Hardcore category that ARMA tends to be known for, elements that scream Battle Royal and refreshing nods to the RPG categories.
Nothing beats a good headset for gaming. But what about the time the headset needs to come off so you can listen to some good tunes while doing some chores or having some background music for....well anything?
The videos I create are simplistic and personally driven. They are snap shots of events and moments in my life. I typically create videos by compiling video and photos combined with music to make reminiscing with family more enjoyable and heartfelt.
Personally, I feel the original G502 has approached perfection and the identical nature of the shape, weight, buttons and tuning software really appealed to me. The largest noticeable and really only relevant change is the HERO sensor. Is the sensor alone worth the upgrade?
A quick trip to your local hardware/plumbing store, a little elbow grease and you'll have a quick and easy backdrop that not only solves those unsightly background issues for streaming but that is also easily store-able when not in use.