I right-place-right-timed my way to a PS5 this week. It's the first time in ages that I haven't picked up a console I wanted on launch day.
I wasn't rushing to get one because there wasn't a launch title that I was drawn to, but that turned out to be wrong.
Damn it, Animal Crossing, with your cute pumpkins and halloween decorations! Fine I'll play some more.
I love GIFs. I use them all the time. On my laptop, I have a LaunchBar custom bookmarks index that lists them all so that they're searchable and I can access them easily, but that's more difficult in iOS. I decided to see if I could use iOS' Shortcuts app to give me some sort of search UI for them, and it turns out I can!
When this game came out, I think it was super close to Breath of the Wild (I could look it up but why would I), so I was completely distracted. I'd been meaning to play it. It looked great, but Zelda just got in the way.
Me: If I can get an RX-7 in this game I'm going to leave it completely stock.
When you pay off your home loan, as in life, you get the chance to enjoy a new pace of living, but the lack of structure can be demotivating.
Sometimes a studio or publisher will luck into a game so perfect that they have to systematically destroy it in order to prove just how brilliant it is.
I don't really get how any of this works. So far I've just been doing things and they've been working OK most of the time
Animal Crossing has a feature called the Stalk Market. You buy turnips once a week then hedge your bets on making a return.
I'm really fortunate to be part of a group of people who are pretty much all playing Animal Crossing right now
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