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|06-30-2010, 09:43 PM||#1|
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PlayClaw - Has FRAPS' Killer Arrived?
For many gamers, the go-to application for performance benchmarking, screenshot capturing and also video recording has always been FRAPS. But if there's one major thing FRAPS is lacking, it's competition, something that might end with PlayClaw. This program offers many of FRAPS' features, along with a couple of unique ones as well.
Think that FRAPS is the only game-recording and snapshot-taking tool out there? Think again! Read through our full look at PlayClaw here, and then discuss it here!
Want a chance at winning a free PlayClaw license? Be sure to enter our contest here!
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