Rise of the Tomb Raider - 45 minutes of gameplay

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  1. warcrow

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    ok so I decided to pick up a quality mic, an Elgato and have some fun. Here's 45 minutes of gameplay from the new TR. Thanks a TON to Sapiens for helping set up and configure OBS and the equipment.

    Looking for some feedback. I think my mic is too high and the game volume too low, or do you like the levels? I think the game sound level is a little low.

    Also, the game just uplaoded to YT so 1080P is still rendering. Had fun doing this! :)

     
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    Nice! I would like to watch thoroughly but don't want to spoil it for myself as I plan on going dark on this game for a bit until I can muster up some time to play it these holidays.

    Volumes on voice are a bit quiet overall. Unfortunately I couldn't randomly scan to fight scene to hear the game level volume.
     
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    Too quiet? Oh wow, some people are saying the voice volume is too high. I'm going to have to check these volumes again. Thanks for the input!
     
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    Your voice volume is fine. The game volume is a bit low.
     
  5. warcrow

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    Agreed, but it's nice to get confirmation.

    Also, did you like the commentary? Was it informative or boring? Video too long? Any critique?
     
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