There are two kinds of people in the world; people who think dragons are the coolest and people who are just plain lying to themselves. Divinity 2: Ego Draconis, released on PC and X360 back in 2010, is a fantasy RPG that lets you play as Dragon Knight complete with the ability to turn into a big, fire-breathing dragon.
Divinity 2’s story starts off with the player at the end of his life-long training to become a Dragon Slayer. Shortly after your initiation, the universe quickly decides that it would be funnier if you were turned into the creature you’d dedicated your life to eradicating. Except it turns out being a Dragon Knight isn’t so bad after all and from there you set off on a quest to save your home realm of Rivellon from a greater evil, an organisation called the Black Ring run by some guy named Damian.
Deep underground, a man is taken prisoner by goblins. Unaware of who he is, or where he is, he befriends another captive and works to escape the dungeon and explore the vast labyrinth that houses friends and horrific foes alike. This is the start of Arx Fatalis, a wonderfully fresh dungeon crawler that never seemed to get the recognition it deserved.
Need more storage space for your games on Steam? External hard drives are a great way to go! However, most cheaply made USB cables will go very slow and make your install times take forever. I found a solution to this not too long ago on Amazon, the Sabrent USB 3.0 to Sata/IDE Hard Drive Adapter. If you do not have USB 3.0 (the blue USB ports on your computer, this will not apply to you.)
The Sabrent Adapter (the adapter from now on) can transfer at speeds of 5Gbps, supports up to 4TB hard drives, and even comes with a power supply that connects to a power outlet to power the drive rather than taking power from USB. The adapter supports Sata, IDE 2.5/3.5, and even supports connecting disc drives. The base of it has the three connectors with two LEDs that show the status of the hard drive.
This quick video I made shows how it works and shows how fast it can go! If you don’t want to watch it there’s also a few screenshots.