Or don't. You don't have to. Maybe you shouldn't.
Anyway, I jumped on Twitch yesterday to stream some comic drawing. It was my first test stream on Twitch and it went great. Thanks to everyone who kept me company in the chat and judged my taste in music. I had a great time and ideally it’s something I’d like to do once a week. If you missed the stream yesterday you can still watch it right here. They yank out all the music for the VOD version which honestly, is probably for the best for a number of reasons.
I picked up a PS4 Pro last week and so far the game I've played the most on it is Shadow of Mordor. I got the game of the year version just so that I could see what it looked like in 4k and ended up playing until 1 in the morning. The graphic upgrade provided by the PS4 Pro is great but honestly this is just such a good fucking game you should grab it regardless. I noticed my VR games running better on the Pro and a few of the games that offer 4K look fantastic. Overall I think it’s a very subtle difference. Ironically I think PC gamers are most likely to notice the difference. As someone who has spent years fine tuning graphic settings on dozens of PC’s, I think I have a pretty good eye for spotting this sort of thing. I wonder if someone who is strictly a console gamer would notice or even care. I am a graphics nerd, I bought a 4K TV when they first came out knowing full well that the consoles didn’t even support it at the time. I love this shit and so I am pretty pleased with the PS4 Pro. It’s hard to call it a must have upgrade though. Maybe once more games start taking advantage of it that will change. I also don’t have any experience with the new XBox One S yet so I can’t say how they compare. For now I am very happy murdering orcs in glorious 4K.