๐Ÿ‘‹ Hello. I am Vincent Leeuw and this is my blog.


๐Ÿœ Ramen is now a personal staple food

During my travels in London (of all places), me and my best friend stumbled upon Wagamama and their tonkotsu ramen. While it wasn't the best I've had, it was all I could get at that moment. It also kickstarted this primal need for more ramen. London gave way to Shoryu, ...



๐ŸŽฎ Samurai Warriors 4 is a bowl of instant ramen

For many years people have watched Koeiโ€™s Warriors series of games and collectively shook their heads at it. So how could Samurai Warriors 4 possibly be fun? Battle after battle fighting against lifeless dumb soldiers while running around a random environment with the occasional similar sounding general uttering nonsensical battle cr...



๐Ÿ’ป Switching from macOS to Windows 10

This is a curious tale. Mostly because I started with switching over to an Alienware laptop for Virtual Reality purposes. Unfortunately, the HDD within the Alienware makes it horrendously slow for anything but gaming. 'Luckily', my Macbook Air decided to throw a fit and permanently disabled the Wi-Fi radio, leaving ...




๐ŸŽฎ Xbox-as-a-Service VS. muddled PlayStation messaging

After the somewhat awkward presentation of the PlayStation 4 Pro a lot of people were understandably confused about the future of PlayStation. Was this aimed at 4K-enthusiasts? If so, why wasn't there support for 4K Blu-ray? And why weren't the games truly running at 4K? Was it aimed at 'pro' gamers ...



๐Ÿ”ฎ Why did design cross the flat road?

Skeuomorphism is dead. Itโ€™s been dead for so long that we donโ€™t really notice its absence any more. That said, I can still remember the Battle of Gloss, the Texture Front, and many others, as people wrestled with the Allied assault lead by both Googleโ€™s Material Design and Ap...



๐ŸŽญ “They told me I could be anything in VR, so I became myself”

Back at the start of the millennium, the online world was just recovering from its first bubble. But amongst the various train wrecks of businesses grappling with the value of virtual, there were some cultural aspect that did flourish. Enter Second Life. The bastard child of smiley fuelled chat rooms (...



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