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YouTube-like game service launches

Boasts hassle-free capture and upload.

The public beta for WeGame is currently under way, and they're looking for testers to put it through its paces.

Before you ask, it's a YouTube-like service that lets you capture PC game footage and upload it without faffing around.

Simply play your WeGame-compatible title (there are 28 so far, including World of Warcraft and Call of Duty 4) and hit a key to begin recording. Gameplay is captured directly from your graphics card then automatically converted into Internet-friendly Flash and uploaded to the website, where you can sift through and publish your best bits.

High-definition recording is supported if you so wish, and it's all completely free.

Pop over to the WeGame site to give it a try.

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