I’m seeing quite a few ‘I am sickened’ posts, quite a few ‘I’m afraid’ posts over the last few hours, and honestly, I know precisely how you feel. NOT because I agree with the sentiment about this country, because I care quite deeply for this country, and, honestly, have said this for years now.
2016 is a rather unique election year. Th
e cage matches (debates) are over, each party is declaring that they won (what else is new), and, as typical, the cage matches (debates) really didn’t solve a damn thing, nor did they make us more aware of the real stances by the politicians at hand here. The true losers of this year’s election cycle are, for real, we, the people. That’s for a completely separate post, however, and should I make it, you’ll see that here as well… This post, however, merely serves to answer the question
should I vote
Each person will have their own answer to this, and each person’s answer will be unique to them. If you don’t agree with my answers, fine. However, keep it civil. There are plenty of ways to carry on civil conversation without trying to tear people apart. I realize that social media has made it more acceptable to attack, troll and otherwise diminish someone else’s thoughts and opinions, but that doesn’t fly here.
Like the controller, storage is another key part to a console. Especially in today’s massive gaming world, it is incredibly important to be able to easily upgrade your system, make those upgrades portable (should you decide to take them with you somewhere) and have enough storage for your own needs. Playstation? Microsoft? Who wins this fight? Click through for the review
What’s the very first thing , the most important piece of the console, the thing you have to get into and use every single time you play a game? The controller. This one single device can make or break a console for someone, and is one of the most defining experiences of it. Xbox 1? PS4? Which controller is better? Well, that’s about preference. What ISN’T about preference is features, usability, and stability. Click through for my review Read More
After months of telling myself I’d never get a PS4, my only console this generation this time around would be a One, I finally caved last week and picked up the PS4, along with a few games. Why? Boredom, excess cash, intrigue, I really, really don’t know what to call it. So, over the next few days (maybe weeks), I’ll take some time and write a real review, from a gamer’s perspective between the two.