Enjoying the perks of a modded Spider-Man game on PC. If you're the cool sort of 90s kid who kept watching superhero cartoons then you might recognize this particular suit from the short-lived Spider-Man Unlimited.
I'm replaying the early access portion of Baldur's Gate 3 right now. Above is my character in the middle of casting Speak With Dead. The replay is a bit of a fruitless endeavor with the final release hitting PCs on August 3rd, but I still have a lot of fun with it. Come August 3rd I'll be...
Cruising around the galaxy and hunting down pirates in Elite Dangerous. Even though I'm 250 hours deep this is the first I've really delved into the combat centric part of the game. now I've got a big ship, a fighter bay, and I'm bullying my way through the mission board.
I watched Across the Spider-Verse a couple days ago and it convinced me to buy Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PC. This marks the third time I'm purchased the game, since I originally purchased it on PS4 and later purchased the digital upgrade for PS5. It's a good time.
I am just really digging the level of character detail in Baldur's Gate 3. This is a game mostly played from an isometric or loosely third person camera, but just look at the graphical detail on that face.
Just an image of a neutron star from Elite Dangerous. While it isn't obvious from the picture (though perhaps obvious to those of you with astronomy knowledge), the star itself is constantly pivoting on its axis.