Sunshine is way better than 64 and Galaxy but that's just me
PapaGenos would cry if true
Sadly this is the tech industry in general. I've done my share of 60-70 hour weeks in the name of a deadline.Ha! I love the industry so much, but man, I have difficulty accepting the difficult hours to go with it alongside crunch. It’s a very hard industry because of that.
I think every industry has it to some degree.Sadly this is the tech industry in general. I've done my share of 60-70 hour weeks in the name of a deadline.
Very true.. I only know it from the software/tech side. Any industry with timelines probably have it.. I just want my stable 40.. Luckily this job doesn't care if I take off for a month straight.I think every industry has it to some degree.
As an engineer in residential and commercial construction, 70-80 hour weeks were the norm for years before the bubble popped in 2008. Even during a more stable time like today, there are always impossible projects that come up every couple of months that have me pulling 60+ hour weeks.
My wife works for the USPS and she all but lives there between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Amazon went live and sold out while I was sleep. I was able to get one at Best Buy. I'm kind of surprised the digital one was a full $100 cheaper.
I'm not sold, but I've never been a big Playstation guy. I'm just not sold on this next gen as a whole yet. If I had to decide now, I'd say series X is the best choice. Things like game pass and the backwards compatability alone give it an edge for me. But the biggest reason, is the looser effect. Xbox lost what they won with the 360 just as sony had lost what they won with ps2. You can see Microsoft is going all in and that will do nothing but benefit gamers. Generally speaking, the guy who losses steps up big time, while the winner tends to rest on their laurels.So, Sony's shown their hand on the PS5. Anybody in?