I have an old 500GB ps4 and it definitely makes fan noises. Not as much as the Fat 40GB PS3 at the twilight years of it's generation (modded with a high rpm hard drive which probably built up some additional heat), that thing was a jet engine!
If I compare my 500GB PS4 with my PS4 Pro, the 500GB PS4 definitely sounds louder than the Pro.
@hankmulder:Totally agree, the story would've not been the same without the inclusion of Abby's perspective! And retrospectively I really like the story, even though I was frustrated for such a large portion of it.
And if it's any of consolation for an Ellie-fan as myself, I think Abby lost more due to her quest for revenge. She might gain new friends among the Fireflies, but I see no reason why Ellie shouldn't be able to do the same in Jackson.
I think what made me irritated about the story was that they tried soooo hard to make me care about Abby. During 99% of the game I just wanted her dead and I had to play as her for hours, that was torture. And then finally at the beach of Santa Barbara when you see her truly vulnerable for the first time, that's when I started to care about her and think "Yeah it's not worth killing her anymore despite the troubles Ellie has gone through, she has suffered enough". But the reason I cared about her was that she was a person in need, not because she all of a sudden has changed in to a respectful individual.
I didn't like Mel either but the final words she told Abby pretty much sums up who Abby actually is. However, there was a small character progression for Abby which was for the better though. I'll have to give her that! But I still think of Abby as a piece of doo-doo.
And yes I know that the story is trying to say that revenge and violence is never the answer, that's why things ended the way they did for Ellie and Abby or even Ellie and Dina. But I still find Abby's intentions dishonourable or whatever you'd call it... I mean going on a revenge spree because of a father who was about to kill a kid to MAYBE find a cure. I mean just because you're a surgeon doesn't mean you actually will succeed in all of your experiments. I have a really hard time justifying Abby's revenge and therefore looking at her as an equal of Ellie. But perhaps that's just my feelings playing tricks on me...
Saw this video of a woman posing in her wedding dress in Beirut and then from out of nowhere that explosion occurs, dust and splintered glass propelling through the air. I think I would have fainted if I was there at that point 😨
It reminds me of that scene in Terminator when Sarah Connor dreams of being the victim of a nuclear explosion. Only difference, this sh!t was real 😣
I rarely eat fast food as it is. However where I live we have plenty of sushi-joints that could be classified as fast food restaurants. Getting your food usually goes lightning fast because they make the sushi in large batches.
However I usually eat out at a restaurant once a day. I really tried cooking all of my meals for myself at home when I started working from home but it became too stressful for me. And I don't like making like 3-5 lunch boxes every time I cook either. Eating them gets soooo tedious...
@kriggy: i also recognised as a scam but the ad is appearing in few places now
i guess thats why its doing the rounds because so close to the launch it makes your reasons sound passable why they want it
The ad itself is displayed through a generic widget which is developed by Google. Many websites use that widget. To simplify drastically: The widget sends your IP to Google, asks what "dirt" they have on you and then display an ad that Google answers with based on your browsing history (they history that they are able to track that is). The reason to this is that they assume you have an interest in that particular ad and displays it.
So it's basically a scam corporation advertising through Google and that is going to keep sticking with you until you start picking up an interest in something else. A bit scary, I know!