Tag Archives: gaming

No cloud save for BG3 on GOG! [as of Sept 2023]

Currently, as of September 4th 2023, there are no cloud save for Baldur’s Gate 3 on GOG. The Larian Studio cloud save has been disabled and GOG has not enabled their cloud save functionality. Therefore, the current option is to manually copy your saves from one PC/device to another. The saves can be found here: LOCALAPPDATA%/Larian Studios/Baldur’s Gate 3/PlayerProfiles/Public/Savegames/Story Hopefully in the near future (maybe when the PS5 version is released) Larian will re-enable cloud saves for ALL platforms! Other

Building my new gaming PC

I built this bad boy gaming PC to play Battlefront with my friend Kevin. It has a i5-2500K CPU and a GTX 960 video card, 512GB SSD and 16GB of RAM. This was a photo taken in the garage while I was building the PC. It was using a super old temporary power supply without the video card being fully powered. Since then I have upgraded to a much nicer PSU. The cooler is recycled as is as many components

Razer Blade 17″ gaming laptop review

The Razer Blade┬álaptop is one of the most intriguing ‘gaming’ laptops to come along in quite a while. There have been a lot of “hands on” previews posted since the laptop was announced but only recently have real reviews stared to come online. As I find real reviews I will be posting them here along with some comments: Razer Blade review — Engadgethttp://www.engadget.com/2012/02/22/razer-blade-review/Type Gaming Screen size 17.3 inches Screen resolution 1920 x 1080 Processor speed 2.8 GHz System RAM 8

Blind review: can a $7.99 mouse cut it as a gaming mouse?

Here’s the deal with this entry: I wondered how the Kensington ‘Mouse-in-a-box’, available for around $7.99 [Amazon], would hold up under serious gaming and productivity scenarios. Who better to test it than Neil from kohlercreated. He does extreme gaming and he also works super hard, a somewhat rare combo ;-). So I had the mouse shipped to him without the price and I asked him to use it and send me his impressions, but to NOT look up any info

Blake’s take on gaming mice for WoW etc.

My friend Blake does a decent amount of gaming. Since I have been blogging about gaming keyboards and gaming mice, I wanted to hear what Blake used… Specifically I asked him could you tell me what mouse/mice you use for your gaming sessions? Anything re: pros/cons, advice or future mice plans would also be appreciated! Blake’s response: I currently use a mouse by Red Dragon that was part of a Case kit that I bought year ag, its just a

What does KDR stand for when gaming? Answer: Kill to Death Ratio

In a video game, your KDR, or kill/death ratio, is simply how many kills you get (when you kill/defeat another player) and how many deaths you suffer (how many times you are killed/defeated). So a KDR of 25/5 or 25-5 means you killed 25 enemies and were only killed 5 times. Not bad! However, a KDR of 6/20 or 6-20 means you only killed 6 enemies yet you died 20 times. Better luck next time! Normally these ratios are relevant