Right so here I am today watching H1Z1 on my computer, getting ready to go to one of my last days at work before I really start to plan my adventure around the world. I have spent almost three years preparing for this trip, playing and training young players how to play badminton to raise some extra cash. Ultimately my real world job did not pay enough for me to make any sort of headway into saving for the round the world trip, but I am finally there now. It has been a long and arduous journey but I am so glad to have finally made it. Nothing can make me feel any better or any more proud than I am today, I’m extremely happy with my progress, I have learn to many things and come so far. At times I thought that I would never make it, but now I know that I can do anything if I put my mind to it one hundred percent of the time. I’m going to be travelling to India, I want to see the Taj Mahal and where badminton originated back in the day. I will be selling instructions of how to jailbreak PS4 consoles and also how to jailbreak Xbox One consoles too. The most recent Xbox One Jtag is far more advanced than the one I was using previously, it boots up in under 15 minutes and can be used really easily too. I learnt how to do it here.
The number of games that are available in recent years has exponentially increased and will continue to do so as more and more people become affiliated with the latest releases. I think that within the next five or so years we will have around half a million people with Xbox One jailbreaks too. I can’t imagine that we are ever going to go back to the dark days where people don’t have any experience in doing this simple procedure to consoles. I mean, it is pretty ridiculous that it has taken almost 10 years for us to progress such a small amount. If it takes as long again I don’t think I’ll be sticking around for many more years, it’s almost too difficult to convince people to try to do anything these days. I remember back when I used to play WoW in the past and we had similar issues with some of our guild members. I eventually ended up quitting the game because there wasn’t enough active members on our server anymore. Now I just play badminton, blog a little bit on the side about my life and what I’m doing with myself, but I don’t think gaming is going to be quite the same anymore. I hope you guys reading this understand where I’m coming from and appreciate that English isn’t my first language, I’ve tried to convey what I want to in the most simple terms but I realise that it is easily lost in translation at times.