I'll sort out an avatar once imageshack starts playing nice.
I like videogames.
I'm from Britain: that's that scraggy island a bit to the right of America where everyone drinks tea and calls eachother a cunt.
I'm also a student: that's British for leech on society stealing money from the government in order to accomodate three free years of easy living! Bonus points for being a student of Creative Writing!!!
I'm not actually as cynical as I made myself out to be in the last two points. I actually like some aspects of this grand country I live in. Regardless that this really just accounts to familiarity, some of the people being quite pleasant, channel 4 and the when I import something from a foreign country and feeling like the lower cost means i've beaten the system.
I own all three videogame consoles, but have no idea when it comes to PC's.
I've been gaming since I was about five years old; I could either play with Super Mario Bros. on the NES or a shiny new Lego Castle. I feel I made the right choice.
I also (to whom applicable) had a geeky best friend throughout high school who got popular and ditched me.
I cried at both the end of Metal Gear Solid 3 and 4.
I listen to and love all three podcasts!
When compulsively cleaning the house, I listen to the Final Fantasy VI Piano Collections.
The Lens of Truth can see through Snake's Stealth camouflage, no matter what anyone may tell you.
I sold my 360 to my brother to buy a PS3, because I didn't want to play games where the only thing on my mind was the next achivement. Ironically now the main reason i'm going back to Fallout 3 is because of the trophy patch. I sometimes wonder, then start to loathe what i've become.
I've been checking Destructoid for a while now, before finally getting off my arse and deciding to blog on here. Hopefully i'tll be a regular thing.
My girlfriend also just joined to start blogging on here. She's a nice person, regardless that her opinions on Assassins Creed are just wrong.
We both brought a 360 at the same time, and they both red ringed at the same time. I guess that means we're synchronised.
And finally, I look forward to getting involved in the community here blogging my snarky English arse off!