Nathan’s Newsdesk – September 17th, 2022

Advertisements It’s been a little while since I wrote a “daily links” article. I decided that I’d slightly rebrand it to Nathan’s Newsdesk since it leaves me more open to posting them on a more sporadic schedule. It’s more or less going to be the same format though. Sony says original PSVR games won’t beContinue reading “Nathan’s Newsdesk – September 17th, 2022”

My Plan To “Free” My Mind

Advertisements I’ve been live streaming for years. I’ve also been trying to balance my real life, and my life on social media. To also balance my happiness, and my usage of social media. The problem however is that the more you try to distance yourself from these things the more reasons people give you toContinue reading “My Plan To “Free” My Mind”

Daily Links – July 17th, 2022

Advertisements 8 useful Chrome settings you should change! This video was very helpful to me. I’ve been using an extension to enable dark mode across the web on Chrome and it really hasn’t worked very well, and now I can do it straight through Chrome itself. I also enabled the reader mode flag as well.Continue reading “Daily Links – July 17th, 2022”

Daily Links – July 16th, 2022

Advertisements Banjo-Kazooie’s decompilation project is now 80% complete, which could lead to a PC port | VGC This is very exciting news to me. Banjo-Kazooie has always been one of my favorite games from childhood and the potential mods and upgrades to a pc port are so awesome to think about!  Towards the bottom ofContinue reading “Daily Links – July 16th, 2022”

Daily Links July 2nd, 2022

Advertisements Instagram tests ditching video posts in favor of Reels | TechCrunch To be honest nobody really watches longer videos on Instagram anyways so it’s not a terrible idea to do this. I actually think Instagram would be far more successful if you could just easily post from your PC without having to use someContinue reading “Daily Links July 2nd, 2022”

Daily Links June 30th, 2022

Advertisements It’s been a few days since I’ve been able to write or record anything. Apologies for that, I’ve been cleaning up and doing a bunch of random work. PS Plus games for July include ‘Crash 4’ and ‘Man of Medan’ | Engadget If you haven’t played Crash 4 yet I would HIGHLY recommend it!Continue reading “Daily Links June 30th, 2022”

Daily Links June 26th, 2022

Advertisements Final Fantasy 16 doesn’t have American voice acting because of angry Americans The paranoia is very real with this one. I appreciate the desire for authenticity, however it’s sad that my fellow Americans are apparently so sensitive that game developers literally have to think about these things. FromSoftware has a new game in itsContinue reading “Daily Links June 26th, 2022”

Daily Links June 25th, 2022

Advertisements How to Use Markdown in Google Docs | WIRED If you haven’t researched it, Markdown is a very useful way to write quickly and not worry too much about formatting, especially for people like me that run a website. Sega Announces A USB Cyber Stick Controller For The Mega Drive Mini 2 – NintendoContinue reading “Daily Links June 25th, 2022”

Daily Links June 24th, 2022

Advertisements The All-New PlayStation Plus. Why be one thing, when you can be anything? – This is actually an incredibly cool looking ad. It freaked me out a little bit with the more horror-styled moments, but still very creative and very cool. I miss game ads doing weird and crazy things, I feel like youContinue reading “Daily Links June 24th, 2022”