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Well, what is there to say about me? I'm kinda like your average gamer: I like to play games, I like to talk about games, and I hope to work in the video game industry one day.

I do tend to enjoy videogames more than the average gamer would though: videogames have been my life for as long as I remember (hell, the earliest memory that I can recall personally is me waking up and hopping on my SNES to play that X-men and Spider-man crossover game) so it's as much a part of me as my personality.

Although I LOVE to play videogames, having been doing so my whole life, I am not as skilled in videogames as others so I usually play on easier difficulties. Don't get me wrong, I do find it a bit dull when a game's too easy, and I do respect games that are hard for the players who want it (Dark Souls is deliciously hard and I wouldn't want it any other way) but I'd still like it if developers catering to gamers like me who simply aren't as skilled as others.

I have a wide variety of taste when it comes to games as I try to keep an open mind about everything that comes out: just because I play mainstream games Halo and Call of Duty doesn't mean I can't enjoy the underrated ones like Anarchy Reigns, Fire Emblem, and the like.
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Motion Control: The child of Eden

[Today's promoted Motion Control from last week's Bloggers Wanted was written by Dreamweaver, who tells us about a game he thinks did motion control properly -- Child of Eden. Your blog can appear on the front page next week,...   more

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Aaamaazing!: The world's in my hands now

[Monthly Musing promotions continue! Today, Dreamweaver explains how Final Fantasy Tactics Advance's story resonated with him, and really drew him into the gaming experience. Want to see your own work on the front page? Go ah...   more

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Groundhog Day: Getting lost in Lost Planet 2

[Our Monthly Musing for February asks you to write about a particular game you keep coming back to over and over again. For the first promoted blog on the topic, Dreamweaver lays out why he can't stop returning to Lost Planet...   more

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