I guess it's time that I do a proper introduction blog since I've been here for a few months.
I'm Chester, I turn eighteen this November, I've been around the D-toid blogs reading and commenting, and I've been gaming since I was born (basically). I started up on the SNES on The Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past and Mega Man 7. This started my adoration of video games and two of my favorite game series. As I grew up, I have owned a SNES, Sega Genesis, Playstation, Nintendo 64, Gamecube, Sega Dreamcast, PS2, XBOX, XB360, Wii, and PS3. In that order, of course. As for handhelds I've owned a GameBoy, GBC, GBA, DS, DSLite, PSP, and DSi. I also like to play dance rhythm games at times, my favorite being the Pump it Up series. I play Pump it Up at the Arcades a few times a week. It's kind of like an exercise regimen. And it works.
(Took this part from my forum intro and edited a bit, heh.)
I'm currently mostly into RPGs, some FPSs, Adventure games, and Fighters. I haven't played Fighting games in quite a while, though, due to my lack of owning a Fightstick. I'll probably pick up a Street Fighter IV TE stick and a couple fighting games whenever I get the money, then I'll join in on some PS3 FNF when I have the time. As for my fighting game of choice, I don't really have one. Simply, I love them all. I've still yet to even play King of Fighters XII yet, but I'm itching to get my hands on it.
I've recently gone through all of my games and decided that I don't really have a favorite game, and barely a favorite game list. I find myself playing my DSi and Dreamcast most, but this might be because of my lack of PS3 games.
I own a DSi, Dreamcast, Nintendo 64, Playstation 3, and a Super Nintendo (As of tomorrow).
I rarely play games competitively, just mostly for fun. But, when I do play competitively, I'm no sore loser. I tend to lose a lot and just accepted that. I guess it's a side affect of having a brother that's nine years older than you teaching you to play Street Fighter II.
I'll start blogging more soon, just so you know.