Tag Archives: PC Gaming

Essential Gaming Software – Curse

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.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition – Initial Thoughts

5 hours into the new Dragon Age and I am HOOKED! This could be one for the books based on what I have seen so far, and if you were a fan of either of the games, this is going to be a must play title. I have never played the second game in the series but have seen many others do so, so I feel comfortable talking about some of its aspects in comparison to Inquisition. In a small description, Inquisition is a huge open world with fast paced combat that still requires tactical placement if one is to succeed in many encounters placed around the map. There is an enormous amount of exploration to undertake as well as a plethora of lore to discover that builds beautifully on the stories of the first two games. As fans of the series or of role playing games in general, this is going to be an exquisite experience.

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