Razer has this week updated their Game Booster application, allowing users of the application to store their PC game saves and settings in the cloud, with the launch of the Save Game Manager, Razer are now allowing users to sync their saves with their Dropbox account, and soon many more.

From the rip, the service will support over 2,000 games including the Batman Arkham series and the Mass Effect series, and will support many more in future updates.

Until that point you can add you own games that aren’t currently on the list.

Game Booster also allows users to maximise their frame rate, configure their PC’s performance, record gameplay in HD and load games using Razer’s simple interface.

Game Booster is free to download from their website.

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