Software Tag: Tactical Pause

Called Programs, Apps or Games; Software is an essential part of every smart device. Without it, computers, tablets, smartphones, etc. would be inert objects. Therefore, a good place to start when shopping for the right gadget for you is with the programs you will be using the most.

below, you will find systems recommendation for popular software, and if your needs span beyond a single program, feel free to add them to your watchlist to easily track how well it will run on devices listed on this site.

Displaying 1-11 of 11 results.
  • Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Enthusiast Games,

    Play one of the most beloved classic CRPG with updated graphics and now easier to run on modern systems including mobiles.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $210-$260 for a new computer geared to run Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition.

  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Enthusiast Games,

    A game of strategy in the depths of space, based on the Games Workshop tabletop game of the same name.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $940-$1200 for a new computer geared to run Battlefleet Gothic: Armada.

  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II Enthusiast Games,

    This sequel to the space strategy game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe put you through another black crusade and this time, Cadia might be in for an even tougher time than usual...

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $940-$1200 for a new computer geared to run Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II.

  • Disco Elysium Enthusiast Games,

    With a deep role-playing system focused on character interaction, this detective RPG will be especially appealing to those looking for narrative immersion.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $470-$1350 for a new computer geared to run Disco Elysium.

  • Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition Enthusiast Games,

    Set in the northern reaches of the Forgotten Realms, this classic CRPG has been updated to run smoothly on modern computers, mobile devices and even game consoles.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $210-$260 for a new computer geared to run Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition.

  • Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition Enthusiast Games,

    This remastered version of BioWare's classic CRPG set in the Forgotten Realms makes it much easier to play the classic game with your friends on modern hardware.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $150-$950 for a new computer geared to run Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition.

  • Pathfinder: Kingmaker Enthusiast Games,

    A CRPG inspired by the classics like Baldur's Gate, this game uses the rules and world of Pathfinder 3.5 for a rich story-driven adventure.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $470-$1200 for a new computer geared to run Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

  • Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition Enthusiast Games,

    This classic CRPG starts in Sigil, the City of Doors and spans multiple planes of existence and numerous lives. It was updated to work on modern hardware, including mobile devices and consoles, it's a perfect opportunity for a new generation to experience this cult classic.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $210-$260 for a new computer geared to run Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition.

  • Steel Division 2 Enthusiast Games,

    Set in WW2's Eastern Front, this military simulation lets you manage your army turn-by-turn, and fight your battles in real-time.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $940-$1200 for a new computer geared to run Steel Division 2.

  • The Outer Worlds Triple-A Video Games,

    By the makers of Fallout: New Vegas and other classic CRPGs, this action RPG set in a remote solar system has you involved in a corporate conspiracy threatening the colony.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $250-$260 for a new computer geared to run The Outer Worlds.

  • They Are Billions Enthusiast Games,

    Can you defend your steampunk colony against literally billions of zombies? This real-time strategy game will help you test that theory.

    Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $470-$1200 for a new computer geared to run They Are Billions.