I received an SNES console for Christmas when I was three years old, and my life was changed forever. Looking back on it, I realize this was only one month after the console released. My parents rock.
I've been an avid gamer ever since then, don't have the good fortune of living near very many people who like games in the same way I do. Please friend me on this site, XBLA, or PSN if you want to PLAY VIDEOGAMES or TALK about VIDEOGAMES some time.
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My favorite things:
Fist of the North Star
Everyone on Destructoid
What I want to do:
Make video games
Play video games
Talk about video games
I just got back to my college apartment after a lengthy winter break and what do I find? My Dtoit secret santa present from Germany! AWESOME!
Enclosed in the box was this letter. It's a bit hard to read so I'll sum it up:
1. Greetings from Mark in Berlin.
2. Berlin is cold.
3. There are presents.
4. There were going to be cookies, but customs said no-no.
And here are the presents! LocoRoco for the PSP (awesome how it's a region free device BTW), Sonic Advance, a Mario keychain, and WARM SOCKS YEAH! Seriously, it's cold in NC right now as well. I can't wait to try them on.
Wow. I knew Germany was awesome for giving the world the likes of Blind Guardian, Helloween, The Scorpions, and Gamma Ray, but this takes it to a new, personal level Mike, you are awesome.
Also, there are apparently clues on the box as to who this fine gentleman is, but I may be too thick to piece this information together.