Checkpoint: $655 Video Card Edition

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I originally intended to buy a video card for my new PC some time in the “near future” but I kept putting it off as games kept piling up for my PlayStation 4. I even went ahead and pre-ordered a PlayStation 4 Pro before considering finishing my new PC. Then Microsoft and NVIDIA announced their free Gears of War 4 with a 1070/1080 promo and after a bit of shopping around, I pulled the trigger on an MSI GeForce GTX 1070 … Read More

Checkpoint: Fitbit Edition

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I got the Fitbit Alta for my mother earlier this month and I’ve been very impressed with the fitness band. The Alta may be less capable than my Garmin Vivosmart HR, but it has the essentials while looking stylish and, most importantly, impressive software backing it up. If I had to do it all over again, I would buy the Fitbit Alta. The Vivosmart HR’s heart rate sensor seemed to have become more inaccurate after the latest 3.40 update. The … Read More

Checkpoint: PlayStation 4 Pro Edition

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The PlayStation 4 Pro was officially unveiled earlier this week and I’ve already pre-ordered mine. You may be wondering why I would invest in a more powerful PlayStation 4 when I have a PC that’s a new video card away from being awesome. The answer is simple: it’s currently cheaper for my brother and I to share games in the PlayStation 4 ecosystem. Steam has game sharing but it doesn’t allow for him and I to play multiplayer games with … Read More

Doom PS4 Review

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Doom II: Hell on Earth was one of the first video games I’ve ever played. I’ve gone back to the original Doom on several occasions but never completed it. It’s also important to note that I played both games without music which turned the game from a bad ass demon shooter into a sci-fi horror game of sorts. I may have taken it more seriously than intended at the time but I loved it all the same. I enjoyed playing … Read More

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