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Progression through the campaign is pretty weak though, a glorified corridor full of enemies to take down. Ratcheting difficulty right up and turning off aim assists will provide more of a challenge, but it does feel broadly like a shooting gallery, even more than its predecessors. For a game subtitled Ghosts, stealth plays a minimalist role at best. Riley, the much-publicised dog accompanying you into battle, gets the bulk of sneaky play, often darting through grass or small openings to avoid detection before savaging enemies. Clocking in at a meaty 9-12 hours and keeping the adrenaline pumping for much of that time, Ghosts remains one of the better solo offerings from the series in a while.
For those planning to hold off until the next generation hits, its worth pointing out that while both PS4 and Xbox One versions will run at a silky smooth 60fps, only the PS4 will do so in full HD, with Microsofts console relegated to an upscaled 720p. Weighing up, Ghosts single-player edges out Battlefields by virtue of the sheer outrageousness of its plot, though online players may prefer Battlefield for its larger maps and huge number of real players. Neither do anything spectacular to move their respective franchise forward though.
I think it depends on how they label and sell 4K. For example if you buy an SD version of a movie, you have to buy it again in HD if you want it. On the other hand, all HD purchases were upgraded from 720p to 1080p when the HD resolution was change in iTunes.
As far as software...Fraps is probably the best recorder out there, and it's really cheap. But you can also use Open Broadcast Software, which is free, though configuring it is a little less straightforward. Thankfully there are YouTube tutorials on that. As for editing, I just use Windows Life Movie Maker. It's not as powerful as Adobe After Effects or Sony Vegas, but I can put together a video on WLMM in a fraction of the time, and the restrictions force me to be creative and careful in my design choices. Give those a try, and I'll be happy to help you learn some of the ins and outs of the tools. 2b1af7f3a8