Let me start off by saying, this game is going to probably be one of the best narrative based games we have seen to date for a couple of reasons. First, it’s “Game of Thrones”, and perhaps that alone is enough for many of us to jump on board. If you haven’t read the books or at least seen the show, you’re missing out on an amazing universe full of political intrigue, lust, power, war, heroes, villains and a rich fantasy environment that these characters call home. This is George R.R. Martin’s story telling masterpiece and will go down as one of the best fantasy series of all time, and of all the gaming companies out there, Telltale has the best potential to bring a rich narrative in ways we have already seen in their “Walking Dead” series along with a few others. We should be in for a big treat!
To read about the first batch of changes that came with the .51 update, click here. The second batch of .51 files went out to experimental servers yesterday and have added a couple of new items along with some other hopeful items and services to come. Admittedly due to my addiction to Dragon Age: Inquisition I actually haven’t had time myself to investigate the update, but what follows can be found on some reputable sites, such as DayZTV.
Gamers come in all shapes and size and most enjoy several types of entertainment in terms of gaming, including video games, board games, table top games, mobile games and others. Because of the amount of gaming around us today, we have a variety of platforms to choose from, and for many of us that play video games, the PC is a premier device used to power our favorite games for a couple of reasons. Beyond the beefed up hardware and available software that can only be found on the PC, we enjoy something few console gamers have the ability to, modding. Modding is a huge force in PC gaming that keeps games relevant for years after the vanilla version has been worn down, just look at how “Skyrim” is still in use years after its release and how content is still churned out for it on a daily basis. But modding can be challenging, especially when games are not on Steam and have access to its modding support via the workshop, but the Curse client, a simple program from Curse, is a great way to mod some of your games easily, especially if you are into MMOs.