PS5 backward compatibility rumor
Read an Ars Technica post on it (https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2019/02/does-a-japanese-patent-hint-at-playstations-backward-compatibility-plans/) and it sounds like people are reading a lot more into the patent than what's actually there on paper, -but- the excitement people are feeling about the potential for full backward compatibility is still worth encouraging. This needs to be a consumer demand that doesn't go away
Xenoblade 3D, ranting about graphics
Tonight I reached the floating city above the Eryth Sea. The polygonal and texture fidelity of the characters and environments in this game are a shade above the original Half-Life; the screen is 400x240 with no anti-aliasing and minimal texture filtering, and yet, seeing the back of the Bionis's head off in the distance, I am absolutely taken aback by what they've achieved with the sense of scale in this game
BS Zelda is a *wild* experience if you've never seen it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYc7XvlBwfY
Catching up with Kingdom Hearts
It turns out I'm not COMPLETELY immune to the hype; A 3DS cartridge of Dream Drop Distance has been ordered, and I figure I can catch my housemate's playthrough of 0.2 Birth By Sleep -A fragmentary passage- and check out Unchained χ Back Cover on YouTube when my series playthrough eventually reaches that point.
(And I mean "eventually"; I highly doubt after all this I'm going to want to settle for playing KH3 on base XbOne hardware, unless it's a good port)
Oh heeey I used to play this platformer for noooo reason.
Today's creative livestream is up on YouTube in its entirety, minus the breaks I took! The music's been edited out, but it's all on Spotify if you want the authentic stream experience. https://youtu.be/PAaeAR51fJo 🔸
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