You know what’s great about Chrome? Each tab and add-on is treated as its own application, so it eats the shit out of CPU use on computers that can’t handle as much.
You know what’s great about Firefox? It doesn’t shut off its own memory consumption for closed tabs, meaning you just use more and more RAM with every tab you use until you close the browser completely.
You know what’s great about Internet Explorer? Half the sites I go to barely support it anymore.
You know what’s great about Opera? It did everything Chrome and Firefox do first but no one without a Nintendo Wii knows it exists. Also it was the only console browser that didn’t suck last gen.
You know what’s great about Safari? Mac. Hahahaha.
And that is basically why I am constantly switching browsers every two weeks.
We’re not using the Archive channel anymore due to copyright autodetect difficulties, so you won’t know until the commentaries actually go up, unfortunately.
That said, I’m probably going to just do Persona 4 instead and let the P3 movies stand as our commentary for that game.
I’ll mention anything I don’t like about anything. And there’s a lot I didn’t like about Nintendo’s last generation of handheld/console tech, although the Wii U and 3DS don’t bug me quite as much.
I don’t think about my memories deeply enough to have a favorite or to even know which one’s my oldest.
I’ve never heard that. It’ve played Jak II, and while it has its difficult points, it’s hardly the most difficult PS2 game… hell, PS2 has multiple Atlus RPGs as well as Shinobi, if you want to talk difficulty.
A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO PERSONA
Persona 1: A bunch of teens steal guns from the police.
Persona 2: A bunch of teens can’t stop gossipping.
Persona 2-2: A bunch of adults can’t stop gossipping.
Persona 3: A bunch of teens could really use a therapist.
Persona 4: A bunch of teens re-enact a Scooby Doo episode, except they’re all Scrappy Doo.