GotGame launches Rogue, the first in-game web browser
GotGame, the company that enables gamers to access the in-game content they desire, today launched Rogue, its highly anticipated web browser.
Gamers spend a quarter of their time in game waiting for teammates to log in or games to load. They want something to do during this downtime, but exiting or minimizing the game means missing critical action.
Rogue eliminates this waiting game, enabling PC gamers to surf the web via a fully functional web browser without ever leaving their favorite games. Players can navigate to Wowhead to obtain information about items in World of Warcraft, or pull up Hulu to watch movie clips between Counter-Strike rounds; these are just two of the countless options available.
In order to use Rogue, gamers simply visit rogue.gotgame.com and download the free application. By hitting a hotkey, users can overlay the application in their favorite games; the browser will appear as though it were a part of the game itself, without disrupting any in-game functionality.
You can see a video of Rogue in action on YouTube or GotGame Videos.
The application is optimized to impact the gaming experience as little as possible. Gamers can set the browser’s transparency setting so the entire game screen is still visible, even if the browser is open. This means that they can, for instance, watch online videos overlaying their game at 50% transparency, while at the same time “grinding” for experience in Age of Conan.
Rogue’s Notable Features:
Game overlay for Windows XP & Vista
Hot key to open/hide browser when in game
Configurable transparency settings
Optimization toggle for faster/slower computers