Streaming is easy to do but can be hard to do well. There are a lot of knobs and buttons and they all impact performance and quality in different ways. Streaming with a single PC setup compounds these issues
As gamers we want the best experience while playing games. Whether it’s on PC, console, or shall I dare say it, mobile. We are willing to put a lot of our hard earned money on the best GPU, keyboard and monitor. Our eyes and hands are delighted cause of it. But when it comes to audio, do we shaft ourselves? Does our audio lag behind our visuals in terms of quality and experience?
This is the perfect piece of audio equipment for the more advanced audio geek like myself, and is perfect for single or dual PC streaming.
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.