When Microsoft and Sony introduced the current generation, I can remember being a bit underwhelmed. It wasn’t that either console performed poorly, it’s that neither of them matched the hype. They were good but not second coming good. Of course, this is partly because most of us were still using 1080p televisions. After the 3D hype, I was one of those people who decided to chill on 4K technology. As such, I had my older plasma TV and the day one Xbox One and PlayStation 4.Read More
So far I’ve recruited three people to join Olberic on his quest for answers and vengeance. Honestly, it’s been a minute since I’ve focused on his journey that I’ve actually forgotten many of the early details. Anyway, the three people that I recruited are:
Four intro stories 5 1/2 hours isn’t that bad. And while playing the game, I did pick up on a few design choices (some good and some bad) that can make or break the game. Read More
I remember way back in the day (the early 2000s) when buying an Apple laptop was a much simpler exercise that it is today. Back then you either picked up a MacBook or a MacBook Pro and if you picked up the Pro it meant you actually had something to do other than write papers. This is back when Jobs famously cut down the line products. Fast forward to today and purchasing an Apple laptop seems more confusing than ever. Today I ran through the product lineup and looked at three models and included the new iPad. This is what I found: Read More
This is the interior of a 430k Rolls Royce Cullinan. I’ve never sat in a Rolls, but after sitting in one, I could see why people get the hype about it. Now is this car worth as much as the asking price? The accountant in me says hell no. But I can tell it is a premium experience, one that I hope to have one day.