I have a 770 and my PC still runs new stuff well. Personally I think a PS4 is the obvious choice, because that gives you access to more games, while a better graphics card would just let you run the same games you can already run but slightly better.
They were really comprehensive with the choices in this thing, it even has totally irrelevant shit. Which makes the one omission I can think of all the stranger. For some reason there's no choice for how you handled Brother Genitivi after the Urn's discovery, and that was a choice that actually got a paragraph in the epilogue. Not complaining, but I can't imagine they just forgot it.
Also going through all the choices for both of these games in sequence really highlights how dumb the choices were in DA2. 80% of them are "Did you kill this dude you don't remember, or let him live?" I'm just killing them all, because I don't want to be reminded of any characters from DA2 while I'm playing Inquisition (unless they're smooth talking dwarfs).
So if these end up being the only movies Marvel releases in this time period (which honestly I doubt), that will put them at 3 movies per year. Warner Bros has 2 movies planned every year (and intends to sneak in some sequels as well). Fox is planning 2 superhero movies per year. And Sony's releasing stuff every couple years, with plans to increase to about one a year.
So all told we should be getting 7-8+ super hero movies every single year starting 2016, and that's only the really big Marvel and DC stuff. As someone who loves comic book movies, I didn't think it was possible for me to get tired of them, but if we really do get to that number and it sustains for a couple years, I can't imagine my excitement maintaining. Hopefully all this stuff pays off before the market gets saturated and everyone's sick of this stuff.
Slowly but surely the pendulum of our society is swinging towards a repeat of the prudish 1950s. And that's bullshit, because by the time we get to the 60s again, I'll probably be too old to fucking appreciate it.
Transistor is the first word for half of the posts in this thread. It is pretty great, even if I didn't like it as much as Bastion. Bravely Default had quite a few excellent pieces as well. I'm also partial to Luftrausers, Always Sometimes Monsters, and Wolfenstein.
I should probably just listen to the soundtrack for Drakengard 3, but I want to hear it in the game first, and I keep deluding myself into believing I'm going to play that.