Computer Hardware and Computer Performance
If you enjoy role-playing games that can take players through many layers of reality, then I would suggest you look into Game Assistant, a free utility developed as a clone of the popular RPG video game controlling program Mage Knight (known for it's excellent action-packed adventure scenes). If you're not familiar with Game Assistant, it's a simple program that allows you to play any of your favourite RPGs like Baldur's Gate and Final Fantasy to the fullest by adding in lots of extra features that weren't included in the original. One of the best things about Game Assistant is that it actually plays the game, allowing you to track your achievements, see your level progression, and keep track of what quests you've already completed. Here are some quick highlights of what this utility has to offer.
In terms of a gaming experience, I think Game Assistant does an excellent job, especially considering how simple it is to use. For example, when I was just starting out with my new PC, I had a handful of games that would constantly freeze up and wouldn't allow me to progress, mostly because of problems with my PC's temperature. Using the free trial version of Game Assistant, I was able to quickly fix most of these problems. The utility provides a great interface for game testing, displaying useful data like frame rate, screen resolution, total time played, and even suggests the optimal temperature for your PC based on your settings. If you have an i5 processor, a four-core AMD Athlon, and 8GB of ram, then this is the utility for you!
If you're thinking about buying a new computer, then I highly recommend you looking into Game Assistant. Unlike other video game managing programs that force you to buy a ton of different components, including monitors, graphic cards, processors, etc., Game Assistant is very simple to use. This is mainly because it utilizes the one simple interface, which makes it a snap to turn your PC into a testing environment. After you've set up your machine to test your system and hardware, all you'll have to do is launch the Game Assistant application, select your system (usually your desktop or laptop), and begin testing. You can start saving your games right away, so you can play any of your saved games directly from your PC without having to wait for them to load in the background.