Welcome to the PC industry. Technology is constantly improving, but we have to remind ourselves that there are times to wait for the next best thing, and that there are times to say f**k it and to build the computer you want now. There will always be something better than what you currently have. Do we spend our time stressing about the missed opportunity, or do we sit down and appreciate what we have in front of us?
Now I could go on about my dislike of summoner's rift (SR), but the hundreds of hours I've spent on the game will attest to my love for it as well. I know that I've peaked in both skill and interest for SR, and I'm 100% okay with that enough to not place entire blame on the game. What I do want to talk about is the success of Teamfight Tactics (TFT) and how it's kept me attached to Riot Game's brainchild IP that is League of Legends.
Do I put the hours into editing and creating a well-made project? - One with a specific direction, aims to show the viewer something new, and overall gives off that quality feel.
Or do I put the a something of lesser quality? Maybe of a long gaming session that had some comedic moments, and tell myself it would be just easier to dedicate my channel to passable quantity.
Welcome to the world of SFF: where some high-end PC components are stuffed, into a smaller, more compact size (not typically associated with 'power computing').
As much as we have to be tough on ourselves to push through, we also have to be willing to forgive ourselves for not doing what we set out to do.
The Comfort Zone - a place many of us are quite familiar with, and a space in which all of can feel quite, comfortable. I mean it's in the damn name. At the same time we are all quite familiar with the zone that is outside of that - The Learning Zone.
While I was initially going to hold off on purchasing one until the new year, the praise of the latest iteration in the Super Smash Bros. series with Ultimate, was enough for me impulse buy it (Shoutout to Shoppers Optimum F&F discount). Let me preface this by saying that I am not a smash player.... Continue Reading →