Yesterday I bought an SSD for my PS4 after finding out from a friend at work that you can replace the hard drive. Having originally started on an Xbox 360, I assumed you wouldn’t be able to change it either, especially with the PS Vita memory card being the way it is.
After installing it, and loosening a few screws to fix my power button being incorrectly aligned. I began the processing or reinstalling everything.
While the load times of Bloodborne haven’t sped up by much, they are slightly better, and the system as a whole seems to run much more smoothly.
After spending some times using parallels, I decided to go back to VMWare Fusion, and upgraded to version 7. I originally only upgraded to Parallels for the better DirectX support, but it is still lacking in that too.
While it is more effort, I’ll just reboot into boot camp whenever I want to play games on Windows.
I quite like the new icon.
To The Moon
After playing this game straight for 3.5 hours, finally the platypus makes sense, and the hundreds of origami rabbits make sense. The beginning of UP is happy story compared to this sad tale.
The lobby where I’m currently working is always full of elastic bands from the mail, so in December after watching a video on youtube about how to start one, I began to make a rubber band ball.
Here it is on top of Zee Mug for size comparison.
I made a Mario out of Icing Sugar to help my housemate decorate a cake for her boyfriend’s birthday.
She did a fantastic job mixing colours in order to make brown and pink icing. The eyebrows make me think of Jim’s father in American Pie.