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For anyone who plays the 3rd installment in Epic's shooter franchise, you can probably see where this question is coming from. Before i start, i'd like to say that although i play gears of war pretty often, i'm certainly a m...
I just recently read the "PSA: DO NOT BUY AMY" article on this site. Upon finishing, two things occured to me: A) Amy is finally out, and B) If this game is truly this bad, i need to play the trial and see for myself. If a...
Things I Learned At Magfest - by Paul Sensale
1. DJ Cutman throws it down way hard. (or "i found a dj i liked better than Daft Punk")
2. Cute girls with neon blue hair have an extremely magintizing effect
3. I am rock
About acidtechnologic One of us since 3:41 PM on 01.08.2012
I'm no one particularly special; i'm just another person who appreciates games and loves gaming culture. I met a lot of destructoid guys this year at Magfest, had beers with them, chewed the fat, etc. I really like the whole vibe of this site and the community here. So i figured i'd make a profile to get more involved.
My name is Paul; My friend Tino introduced me to this site and a handful of great people who are a part of it. I'm a huge fan of chiptune music, and music in general. I play plenty of games when i have the extra time, but i think i like talking about them more than i like to play them. I find the whole industry kind of fascinating, and i'm very much into the indie game market, mainly for their unique artistic direction. I guess that's it? I guess one more thing - like many of you all here, i've been playing games since i was really young (probably like, 2 or 3) Videogames have always been a big part of my life, and i'm sure have direct and indirect compacts on who i've grown into today.