Finally defeated the last Gym Leader yesterday, and also defeated all Elite Four trainers, as well as the Champion!
Call of Duty Ghosts - Glitched Lobby Madness! w/Brandon and Luke
Recently moved things around, as well as added things to my room.
Here are some photos of my room as of January 13th, 2014.
For some reason Tumblr won’t allow me to upload any more photos, so I uploaded all the photos of my room to imgur.
I ended up caving in and buying Tearaway yesterday. I actually ended up getting the game brand new for only $25 instead of the usual $45 for a new PS Vita game after trading in some games and getting a 10% bonus boost on my trade-ins, so that was pretty awesome!
Been playing through the story, as well as creating costume layouts. These photos are of my best costume layouts so far.
The first photo is of my attempt at creating a Valus costume layout. Valus is the first Colossus in Shadow of the Colossus. I wish I could’ve added more detail, but the editor wouldn’t allow me to add more pieces, so I could only do the most important details, like the face, armour, and weapon.
The next photo shows my second attempt at creating a Mario costume layout. I couldn’t import my first attempt from the Tearaway demo, so I had to re-create it, but I like my second attempt much better, anyway.
The next two photos are of the pig that Iota/Atoi rides in the game. I decided to give the pig a Superman cape and Superman hair, as well as wings. Superpig to the rescue!!!
The next few photos are selfie’s I took in-game.
I downloaded the Tearaway demo on Friday, and have been playing around and experimenting with the character editor a lot. These photos are screenshots of the two best character costume edits I’ve created so far.
I was excited for Tearaway before playing the demo, but now after having played the demo, I really can’t wait to actually buy the game!! :)
***Credit for the Link costume layout goes to the person on Instagram who made it first. I just simply stumbled upon the photo, and ended up using the photo as a reference.***
Link to the photo: http://statigr.am/p/595761252556638300_33101313
AMD Kavari APU able to run Battlefield 4 at 1080p medium settings with respectable framerates
AMD claims one of their new Kaveri APU’s, the AMD A10-7850K APU (CPU + GPU), can run Battlefield 4 at 1080p resolution at medium graphical details and maintain a constant framerate of between 28-40FPS. Apparently an Intel Core i7-4770K paired with an NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 can only run Battlefield 4 at between 12-14FPS at the same settings.
Let’s do the math:
Intel Core i7-4770K - $350 before taxes
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 - $60-$80 before taxes
Total - $410-$430
AMD A10-7850K (3.7GHz quad-core CPU + 512 core integrated GPU) - probably between $175-$200 at most (since that’s about how much the previous high-end APU’s were at launch)
Not bad, AMD.
If you’re wanting to build a cheap gaming computer that could play games at medium to high settings at 720p (since 1080p is honestly unnecessary), this would probably be the best option.
Magnetic Smartphone Lens Attachments Test (Fish Eye, Wide Angle, Macro)