I had a good year. I finished my playstation year in 2020, and I’m proud of my accomplishments. As a new, single man in the world of gaming, I am able to share my accomplishments with you all in 2019, as I have a great year in gaming.
A few weeks ago I finally finished the year with my playstation year. I completed my PS4-exclusive career arc by winning the Battle Royale online competition. This was an amazing accomplishment for myself and I have a few of the best memories from this year.
I had a lot of other incredible accomplishments in gaming that year, as well. I reached the Top 100 Gamer in the UK by way of a massive online tournament that I won. My friend, Daniel, and I also created a new PS4-exclusive charity game called Warzone and I also did a lot of other interesting things with the help of my friends and family. While all of these accomplishments are great, the one thing I am most proud of this year is my playstation year.
I have spent the last 12 years playing games on a computer. I have played dozens of games on the original PlayStation and countless on the XBOX. I could not have been more excited to bring my console home, play with my friends, and hopefully have some time with my kids while I’m at it. This year I decided to take a break from the console gaming for the year and play my PS4, but I was not completely done with my gaming yet.
I have been on the Playstation for over 20 years now, and most of my games are still on there, so I know I’ll be playing a lot of games this year. As games become more and more portable, I can’t imagine it won’t be a full-on year of gaming as well.
It would be nice if the console gaming was like a college year. You would have time to relax, to study, to work, but not have to play games 24/7. But I guess we’ll have to wait and see how this year pans out.
I love my Playstation, but I’ll be playing games on my iPad all year. We’re working on it.
It’s going to be a rough year for the PlayStation. The Sony Network Connection, or at least one of its many names, has been offline for a week now. The outage is blamed on a “bug” in the PlayStation Network Client. At this time, Sony has not yet made a public statement about the outage.
We’re not sure what kind of bug it is, but we understand that this is a huge inconvenience. We know that there are a lot of PlayStation players out there who have had to deal with this issue and that we’ll need to keep an eye on it. The new year will bring a lot of changes, and we think we can help you get through the winter holidays.
As it turns out, this outage doesn’t affect us too much because for some reason I play a lot of online games online. I played a lot of Call of Duty in the past couple of months. I have a lot of games saved on my PS4, so I don’t think this outage is affecting us.