So lately I’ve been planning for my next system upgrade, and it made me wonder if these days there’s any point to it.
It used to be you had to replace your system about every 3 years, or at least upgrade every 18 months.
This was in order to stay relevant and able to keep running all our various programs and games.
At what point did this become useless?
Hardware these days is god-like compared to what we used to have.
In my eyes the turning point came when gaming went mainstream.
Years back the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 were considered powerful.
Games started being created specifically with these in mind.
At the time PC’s had to work to keep up.
The problem is now many years later after many generations of hardware improvements, games are still being made based on old console specifications.
Basically these consoles are ancient in terms of capabilities.
Yet until we get their next generation there is no chance modern games will really make use current hardware.
This makes me a sad panda.
So sitting here in DV8 with my friend Kombatbunni after having a few drinks.
While there are familiar faces there are many I do not.
DJ Steve is of course playing tracks I enjoy.
I highly recommend it for people with spare time to waste on a Saturday.
That’s DV8 nightclub on McKillop street in Melbourne Australia from 10pm till 5am on saturdays.
New metal, alt rock, punk and so on.
I am not being payed for this post.
So anyone paying attention would have noticed I haven’t posted anything in quite awhile.
This is simply as I’ve been playing games such as Deus Ex Human Revolution and Skyrim.
More recently it’s been The Old Republic.
I have been playing quite a lot of TOR over the past month and a half and don’t think I’ll be stopping any time soon.
For anyone interested I play on the Vrook Lamar RP server on the Imperial side in a guild called Ghost Division.
If you like heavy roleplay with a great group of people do a Google search for us.
Anyway my train journey is about to end.