Just before Christmas, I started playing Skyrim again after taking a break from Dragon Age Inquisition. Admittedly, I had not yet completed the game but, like with many other games, I’d restarted the game several times over. This time I not only started it over again, but I decided to finally delve into the world of mods. I’ve dealt with mods before for the Sims games, but never for anything else. There seemed like a lot of good mods that could be used so I had a go.
I haven’t really stopped playing the game since. The mods have been phenomenol and extremely helpful in getting me interested in the game again. Some of these mods have been around since
I have to admit it, I am currently envious of those with a PS4/XBO right now. I never thought I’d get to this point, at least not for a while yet, but now I really do wish I could afford one of these awesome systems. Sure they have their faults, and they don’t have a wide selection of games just yet, but it is building up now. Initially I had planned on buying a new PS3, which I did, near the beginning of the year and would then focus on buying a next gen console the following year or as late as possible (preferably when the prices were down). Now, however, I really want one. So how did this now come about? Well it’s all thanks to one simple game… Dragon Age Inquisition.
I’ve been meaning to post something about my websites here over the last few weeks so I figured I’d better do it now before the new year is upon us.
So about a month ago I would have had a number of sites still up and running. Animay, Pixelacious (part of ReBoot Mayhem), Tidus & Tifa, ReBoot Mayhem, Edge of Beyond and this site. I’ve been reluctant to get rid of any of these sites, particularly Animay and ReBoot Mayhem mainly because of the length of time they’ve been in operation. However, I had to really re-evaluate why I needed these sites to continue to be running. For your information, I had very little choice but to purchase my own server via my host in order to run these sites. This was mainly the fault of Animay as it is such a large site to run. The cost was $175USD per month which is fine if you have very few other bills to pay but it gets to become a real struggle to make ends meet with such a large chunk coming out of my pay per month (for your information the above can translate to anywhere between that exact amount up to $230AUD pending how the dollar is fairing).