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I didn't have much growing up but I always had a gaming console with a host of games. Every time I would get money from shoveling snow or giving my mom a solid investment pitch, I would spend it on the newest game, whatever was the rage. When critics were cool and you could trust them, you know the time I'm speaking of. I would buy all the games that were supposed to be great and they always lived up to the hype, unlike Skyrim and Borderlands 2. I feel that back then repetitive remakes like Bioshock and Assassin's Creed's formulaic follow ups would have gotten burned to the ground by more than just me.
Remember the time when you were using a vehicle in Call of Duty and you had a mouse to play? Are you a true gamer like I, who has beaten Call of Duty (and part 2) on the PC platform? My ghetto computer couldn't do much but the little engine could play some Call of Duty and Guild Wars.
Guild Wars 2 is a piece of shit and I'll punch you in the face if you give it props. My name was Heavenly Lucifer in Guild Wars and I whooped YOUR ASS intellectually and animated. That was fun, now I can't even start to get involved with an RPG - nothing is captivating. Nothing has made me so emotionally attached to an original character name.
Remember that game that was a website where you were this guy banging girls in the Mile High Club type scenarios? It was like Amnesia with hot chicks and sex. That gave me the gift of a young young gamer boner. I scoured and scoured anime porn for months to come after this genuine feeling.
When I was young playing Madden, I was a hissy fitting screamer. Gaming gave me FRUSTRATION as a gift. When I couldn't get all of the interceptions in Madden training camp at fifteen years of age I would be consumed with so much force that I would easily pop holes into my mom's walls and shriek like a new age soprano villain jumbling my words spitting all over while I grunted lying to myself as if the failure wasn't my fuck up but instead the game was faulty and the developers and my mom.
Sports games gave me a gift of friendly athletic competition as a non-jock. I remember one time playing a friend in NBA 2K and whooping his bootay ten times in a row with different randomly picked teams by shooting consecutive threes at the end of the games I was losing. Our other friend in the room watched laughing hysterically as I mocked and my opponent gleamed. He immediately drove us home yelling for silence not once offering a to-go gravity bong hit which was the stoner's norm.
I'm an opinionated cheater. I will whole heartedly judge your game because I am right. I will put all of my energy into making you lose in a game regardless of if that requires me to fix the player stats while you're in the bathroom. When I was a wee toddler I was given Gameshark by a friend who looked like the Brain (Pinky's bud) and I never stopped cheating. Sometimes you have to do what you have to do and in Chemistry I had to cheat. I built a highly sophisticated personality from scratch that meshed well with my frustrated young female teacher (all boys Catholic High School). She saw my pumpkin face. I saw the answers written by me on a paper on the floor while she graded Science Fair boards behind me eyeing every one down and asking if I wanted to go up to track 1 education.
I don't cheat anymore come on guys geezz but I'm definetly opinionated. Gaming gave me a gift of a VOICE. I obvi went on multiple tangents but it all is showcasing how much I can express myself in words which started from me HAVING to shut down the noob comments in multiplayer gaming. I would highly organize my thoughts and shut hecklers down as every one HAHahHA'd in the background like I was a king. When "the mic" came into my life it was so easy for me to become an evil domineering player because I was so focused on being superior for years prior.