My old keyboard served me well: I got it back when I built my first computer back in the late 00's but most of the keys stuck when I hit them, and even the keys that did work were very hit and miss. When your keyboard is mostly used to type phrases like "pizza hut colorado springs" or "olivia munn magic mike" rapid response isn't really something that one would care about. However when you are using that same keyboard to play games on steam, your key presses really need to precise, and an input in the vein of "wadaawssddddddddddddddddd" will just get you killed. I tried to clean the ol' girl by taking it apart and putting all the plastic bits in the dishwasher. This did wonders for the appearance of the thing. which is now shiny and new like a baby lobster, but it did horrors for the performance. About half the keys became completely unresponsive and useless, and unless I wanted to justneverusethespacebaragain, I really needed to get a new keyboard. The Logitech K750 said it was solar powered, and since I hate batteries this seemed like the way to go. I was blown away by how easy it was to use, I literally connected the dongle, turned it on and was using it about 30 seconds after I opened the box. I've been using it for about 2 weeks now and I am very impressed, It is easily the best keyboard I've ever had.
Bioshock Infinite is a game where you have the armor of a call of duty, and every single enemy is from Halo. 2 bullets to the face and you are dead, but about halfway through the game you start fighting enemies who absorb bullets like the quilted-fucking-picker uppers absorbs spilled fluids. Maybe I just suck at games but this was the hardest game I've played in a very, very long time. Every new enemy encounter I thought to myself "Shit, I have to shoot MORE guys now?" instead of "huzzah! more guys to shoot!" Great story though.
This comic has made me laugh at least 5 times. Please read it and enjoy.