Hello, my name is Brian. I live in GA, the weather there sucks and there are many many stupid people here as well. I am an art student at a community college, because you pretty much do the same thing there as at a regular university but it's a lot cheaper. Woo!
I don't have much money to buy new fancy consoles, hence the community college, so instead I have a PS2 and a Gamecube (which was $30 and came with SSBM, yeah!). I also have a PSone and a Dreamcast along with a computer which I use for games time to time, but I mostly just stick with my other two consoles. One of my favorite series is Resident Evil because killing zombies and running around yelling "oh s---" to yourself every 5 minutes is the most fun you can ever have! Refer to first statement in this paragraph about why I'm not playing Left4Dead right now. Also finding games I consider to be "rare" makes me happy. Finding games like Rez, Skies of Arcadia Legends, and Ico at used game stores makes me jump for joy.
Besides all there there isn't really much else to me.
Ok, so I guess that I'm going to do an Introduction post type thing just to get this rolling so that I have something instead of nothing, which has been here since I joined way sometime ago. Contrary to what most people will probably think, and to what it originally stood for, my name "Triple_C" shall come to be know as an abbreviation for "Cool Clean Cat."
Anyways, My name is Brian. Hi! You're all so pretty. I go to a community college in GA and the weather and people here suck. Except for those who go to Dragoncon ever year, they are awesome. I like music, art, video games, and books. Kinda of an odd collection but whatever. So far my favorite book which I have read has to be Catch-22, it it really funny and a great read if you can give it some of your time. Still reading more though, so who knows what can replace it someday.
Next I guess I'll talk about video games, if I have to uuhhh. I started really playing games when I was little and my brother bought me a SNES with Mortal Kombat and Super Metroid, the latter was obviously the better. My first ever love for a video game, which I still happen to love the same today, was Chrono Trigger. I used to go to my friends house and play it all the time. Now I play it at least once a year just to relive the experience. Unlike most people here, or I assume most people from what little time I spent on the forums when I first joined, I do not have a PS3, Xbox360, or a Wii. Sad story I know. But to compensate for that I have a PS2, GC, PS, PC, DC, and a GBA. (Enough abbreviations for ya? Just wait, there's more!) My favorite series, or at least the one which has stayed as my favorite, has to be the RE series! It's the reason I bought a GC, but since then I have found more games to keep my GC up and running. I nearly wet myself when I found Skies Of Arcadia Legends at Gamestop ^_^. I enjoy FPS sometimes, but only on PC and pretty much they revolve around HL and CS. Yes I'm one of those people who still play CS 1.5 ( Think that's the current version, it's been awhile), I missed my chance to get Source free with HL2 and don't feel like paying for a prettier version of a game I already have. That's about it for games so far, I'm waiting for something to come along and blow me out of the water much like Chrono Trigger did, there have been a few in recent years but nothing which had the same impact.
Onto the rest of me which is music and art. I like to listen to music and I like to draw. A lot. All the time. I generally stick to upbeat dance or electronic music because I find that genre lots of fun, but every now and then I find my way to other sorts, which have no place on my ipod. An example would be Benny Bennassi sitting right next to The B-52s, yeah it's kinda strange.
To end this here is a picture of my, like an unfortunate number of people in this vast world I was born with a stick of RAM attached to my upper lip. But now I am comfortable enough to show it to you guys, and thus I present to you my Ramstache!