Basically, I am currently in my 5th year of college as an Architecture major and I have one more year to go after that. Love design to death even though it can suck all your energy and life away. I've been a gamer since I can remember. Had an Atari when I was like 4 and been going strong ever since. I love video games for what they are and I'm not big into arguing what system is better than another (unless someone really irks me the wrong way). Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. But I guess since this is my blog, I will admit that I am diehard Sony fan, tried and true. It doesn't mean that I hate the 360 or Wii or whatever, it just means I prefer my PS3 and PSP. Oh, and I'm also a Socom fanatic. Love the game to death and still play to this day. Confrontation anyone? I also can't forget my SNES. That was the console I truly "grew" up on and love it dearly.
Don't lie, you want it.
I think most people will realize that I'm real easy to get along with. I might have my opinions but if you can respect them then I can respect yours. If everyone on the internet stopped being good for nothing fanboys it would make life so much easier...
The Destructoid community is a fun one to be a part of. Feel free to hit me up, disagree with me, say you hate my opinion, befriend me, or whatever else is on your mind.
Last but not least just remember my favorite quote ever,"I guess if luck wasn't involved, I'd win every one."
Last time I checked, the specs below for my computer do not equal Turning Point status.
Specs: 1 GB Ram
2.66 GHz Single Core
Well, with only a week left for the contest I figured I would enter and test my chances once again. To really start this off I will go back to the Velocity Micro contest. During that period my computer decided to cause me a ton of problems, hence my Fury Edition for the contest: Link
Thus, it concluded with the destruction of my screen. I have since fixed this as I realized I have no money to buy a nice new computer, which is a shame. Plus I found a replacement screen on eBay and it only cost me $100 so it wasn't too bad. Below is a shot of the old screen next to my "not my Turning Point rig."
As you can see, my fury took a toll on the last screen.
With all that being said and my chances of winning the rig being slim, one can only hope. So here's to my two minute photoshopping skills.
Wouldn't this be a pretty site to see? I think so anyway.
I'll tell you one thing though. If I won I might be able to actually play UT3 and run 3ds Max. Man, that would be nice. Maybe then, I would also have to actually buy a desk as my kitchen table would no longer suffice.