Guess what? I like games.
Yes. So do you, if you're reading this.
Gamertag: smurfee mcgee --add me.
PSN: smurfee_mcgee --add me why not
Married to PhilKenSebben. We'll see for how long.
Games I'm currently playing:
-The Wonderful 101
-Metal Gear Solid
-Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
-XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Systems I own:
Nintendo Wii U
I've owned a lot, but sadly I didn't keep them. I also, up until 2007, had a PS2, but it DIED.
I just recently got an N64 again. Starting again from scratch.
Stuff I like:
anything that's fun, honestly. If it looks fun, I'll give it a go. I'm not biased towards one game type.
couple of favs:
MOST things Mario [read: Mario's Missing]
the Mega Man series.
the Burnout series
Conker's Bad Fur Day [awesome]
Some monster truck game of which I can't remember the name
Ranbow Six series
So much. I won't post em' all, but so many.
A lot of retro-ish stuff, too.
ETERNAL DARKNESS-one of my favorite games. period.
I loved alot of my 64 games; wish I woulda kept em'
Actually, I should have kept a lot of my stuff. but I didn't.
I'm a big advocate for multiplayer; whether split-screen or otherwise. Even some sucky games can be fun with a friend.
I lost a big chunk of my game archives in 2005, but I'm too poor to completely rebuild it. Instead I just pick em' up on the cheap whenever I get the chance.
I'm a big arcade guy. I love em', and I wish they weren't disappearing.
Hopefully they won't.
I don't know wtf happened to my blog entry, so here's a shorter, lesser version.
I live in Utah and we've had the pleasure of some JT politics recently.
Bill HB 353, by Jack Thompson was a poorly written bill that was too broad, and opened up game retailers to frivolous lawsuits. That's not good for anybody, and doesn't protect anybody. It was a ridiculous and careless bill.
The Video Game Voters Network felt the same way, and started a campaign of letters against the bill. I was proud to be a part of it, and big ups to Dtoid for showing me the VGVN.
There were the typical BS responses from local politicians, but it made a little noise and got into a paper becuase Morley called the VGVN and it's members, and I quote, "crazies." So he's un unprofessional asshole that can suck it.
Anyway, I thought by now it a lost cause, and was done with; but I just got an e-mail from Ron Bigelow saying that governor John Huntsman vetoed the bill today. I suppose it's true.
I have to say kudos to Huntsman. I don't agree with much of his politics, but he showed some intelligence here. He's rumored to have presidential aspirations, and Utah is a very conservative place; so him pulling this bill that's been presented as child-protecting is gutsy.
So common sense was excersised in the ring of video game politics; a pleasent surprise.