Most definately. There are some cracking in game graphics now. Though I still find myself playing odd bits on my Xbox 360 with crap graphics but great gameplay. Some of the indie or community stuff is great.
I love Indie games, my switch is full of them! I’m a Nintendo era growing up kid. I have a sleeve tattoo of old school NES/SNES characters, so I have a soft spot for metroidvania, and platforming games
For me it never got better than the SNES. Though the PlayStation brought me the Final Fantasy games I craved and of course Dragon Quest. But Zelda Links Awakening on the SNES was what really hooked me. It’s probably the one of the best games I have ever played. I was so sad when I completed it. It was brilliant. Oh and Super Mario World is the best ever platformer bar none.
We need an off-topic gaming thread
Your wish is my command… thread
I’ll second that. Very useful and detailed review with informative descriptions for any prospective end user
@Torq I updated my photos in my review of the Mobius check them out and let me know how you like them.
Nice photos man! Already doing good work with that new toy!
I finally got the 1.7 20mm lumix pancake lens that you recommend, but haven’t had time to play with it. I’ve been eyeing another lens @Torq recommended (1.4) but all my new shinies are taking precedent for now, plus holiday shopping is taking up my budget until end of December
Looks down the huge rabbit hole shouts ‘@DarthPool are you in there, come back’
All you can hear are distant echoes now.
Hehe I am impressed with your time management skills. You seem to lead a very busy life and have loads on the go yet seem to pull it off. I am impressed with your pictures too. Photography isn’t something I have ever really had a great interest in. Although I love looking at good photographs. I admire the talent that the real professionals have in being able to construct the scene and have the eye to be able to see the art in the shot.
I don’t seem to be able to juggle more than one passion at once. To my detriment.
well, all these pictures were taken between 6-7am at work lol or 8-11pm at night at home…because everything in between is spoken for as far as time is concerned. Honestly sleep takes a backseat most days, I’m trying to get better about that.
Those look great! The difference between your phone pictures and your new camera is night and day!
Nice job @DarthPool
Thank you gentleman! I appreciate it, I am enjoying the learning and collaboration everyone provides on this forum, really is a breath of fresh air on the interweebs these days. Hopefully I’ll continue to improve on both writing, photography capabilities, and the most important the critical ear improvements lol