I started playing Dragon Age: Inquisition, but I will take a break from it, because I still want to finish my current playthrough of Dragon Age: Origins + DLC + Awakenings and I haven’t even played Dragon Age 2 at all. So I’ll finish those first before I continue my quest through Inquisition.
That doesn’t really stop me from participating in out of game content. Bioware has release a mini-game on their website which allows you to unlock new awesome weapons: the Red Lyrium Reapers. I don’t know if they are overpowered, but they do look nice.
All you have to do is watch a few videos, click to find hidden objects and you unlock the weapons. Nothing too fancy, but it’s a nice way to introduce some of the characters, explain some of the lore and listen to awesome music. I love the music track in the video of the Inquisitor.
Click the link, follow the steps and enjoy the awesome content!
I tested Nvidia shadowplay with the character creation of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I used the default high settings and this is the raw video uploaded to YouTube without editing.
It’s the complete character creation of the a female human noble. I tested all the settings and you can see all of the options for customization.
What do you think of the quality? Do you have any tips for improvement?
And do you want to see more Dragon Age: Inquisition?
It’s that season again. Holidays are lining up and Steam is already throwing the first Halloween party of the year with their annual sale. But wait! Don’t spend all your money now. There’s still a sale with Thanksgiving (probably not a large one) and the big Christmas/End of the Year sale. I’ll help you with your decision to buy or not to buy that one game and stop you from throwing all your money at Valve.
I went back to work after our little trip. That meant less play time, except during the evenings and weekends. I usually play my two standard games during those times: League of Legends and Guild Wars 2. Playing ARAM with friends really is a highlight of my week. We chill, have fun and if we lose, we lose. No hating, just keep playing and hope for a better match up for the next game.
I’m on vacation now and it was supposed to be a writing vacation. My mind abandoned me and I feel dizzy and I’ve a terrible headache. I needed to play something simple that my tablet could handle. So Hatoful Boyfriend it was. I know Dodger is playing it on her channel right now and I believe Simon from the Yogscast also played it as part of their Valentine videos.
Read on for more Pigeonness and some Guild Wars 2 collections.
As a loyal reader, you probably noticed I haven’t been posting nor have I been very active on the Twitter. Of course there is a reason. Some of you might know or have read about it in my ‘About‘ section, but my health isn’t very good. I’ve had pain attacks for the past few weeks and they’re only getting worse. Read more
I was seven years old when I had mastered the basics of summations. I had to practice what I know and teachers, of course, gave us basic sums every day. Our education system wants to connect math to the real world. That’s how our math books was filled with stories of kids going to the market to buy apples, count the books on the bookshelf or count the people in buses. They’re relatable. As a kid I was now familiar with the paradigm of paying for food in a shop and how much was adequate and if I gave too much, I would get change.
I never expected to see bus sums in real life. Until I actually started taking the bus regularly. I take the bus every day to get from the office to the train station and my preferred seat is behind the bus driver. I see most of the things he does and that’s when I noticed. Some bus drivers have a sheet with all the bus stops and they write down how many people are in the bus. 25 people are on the bus. 7 get off and 3 people get in. How many people are in the bus?