Minus the caffeine pill addiction, but it’s how I feel way more often than naught.
I have a lot of things that I feel I need to do: edit down nearly 2,000 pictures from Europe and Korea. Write about experiences in Korea. Build a prop. Take care of household chores, like replacing the kitchen light and paring down the shrubs. Write some more, about random, inane things for a brog that’s been down since fucking April, that nobody will see until I migrate my site. Clean my house, so that I can someday sell my house. I need a haircut.
So what do I do? Write about how I feel like I don’t have enough time, or any time, instead.
In my defense, I am currently not in a place where I can do much of my self-imposed workload, although I could write about Korea but I was there for two weeks how can i parse it all down to a few words???
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Impetus: Nintendo reveals Switch, the gaming console that allows you to play games handheld as well as on television
The technology behind this is truly game breaking. I’m very much in awe at Nintendo’s ambitions and forward thinking when it comes to the gaming industry. Microsoft and Sony aren’t even remotely in the same stratosphere when it comes to competing with Nintendo visions, because they’re too busy fighting each other, churning out products that require a hundred updates a week with a video game occasionally playable.
I’d love to read or hear about the creative concepting behind Switch; and the moments when they realized that it wasn’t impossible to feasibly create something that could be played on televisions as well as through handheld capacity. On top of that, it’s designed to be a very social gaming system, that allows for lots of multiplayers, as long as controllers are available. It probably was something really inspirational to be a part of.
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