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The beginning of a game is its highest point

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Before you stretches infinity, your view of the horizon only interrupted by the jagged black skeletons of ruined skyscrapers in the distance, and the swirling dust blown about by the rattling wind which roams the Capital Wasteland. You are free; your liberty restricted only by your lack of experience and ingrained fear of the unknown.



Pretty much

In conclusion, there is a certain appeal to playing the ‘new guy’. The urge to explore is nothing less than a compulsion and the need to level up is a fully-fledged addiction. Once I’m presented with an uncharted open world, I have to explore it; I have to observe every nuance of this unexplored universe and I have to make endless mental notes as the game progresses. I have to seek help.
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About Lord Death of Murder Mountainone of us since 2:06 PM on 03.18.2011

I’m Oran, a fifteen year-old gamer and Scottish native. I’ve been gaming for as long as I can remember and my love for the pastime has grown exponentially (HELL YEAH) since early childhood, back when I was allowed to crap in my pants and I wasn‘t mocked for my love of the Pokémon games. The golden days.

I’m a thoroughly ‘modern’ gamer, and I’m a little ashamed of that. I am most comfortable with games from this generation and the previous, but I’ve played games from past generations, such as Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64 and a few of the Castlevania games.

I discovered Destructoid after purchasing Deadly Premonition, the cover of which boasts a 10/10 rating from Jim Sterling. I visited the website to check out the review, and accidentally stumbled upon the Community Blogs. Previously, I had been experimenting with GameSpot’s blogging feature but I quickly tired of that and, thusly, the Community Blogs presented a perfect alternative.

I’m hoping to break into gaemz jarnalizm. I feel I have a serviceable command of the English language and I realise that I have plenty of time to hone my mad skillz, blud. I follow the gaming industry with avid interest and I have the ability to formulate convincing arguments; arguments which I take care to support with fact. I’m going to stop whoring myself out now, but if you know of anywhere a budding writer can test his skills -- other than Destructoid itself, of course -- then please let me know. I will love you eternally.

Obligatory list of favourite games (in no particular order):

GB/GBC/GBA

Virtually every Pokémon game

PC (thanks, bbain!)

Chzo Mythos
L'Abbaye Des Morts
Digital -- A Love Story

PS2

Black
Burnout
Burnout 2
Downhill Domination
Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil -- Code Veronica X

Xbox

Destroy All Humans!
Destroy All Humans! 2
Deus Ex: Invisible War
Evil Dead: Regeneration
Fable
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Gun
Hitman: Blood Money
Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction
The Suffering
Thief: Deadly Shadows
TimeSplitters 2
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell

Xbox 360

Alan Wake
Armored Core 4
Assassin's Creed
BioShock
Blue Dragon
Condemned: Criminal Origins
Crackdown
Dead Rising
Dead Space
Deadly Premonition
Eternal Sonata
Fable II
Fallout 3
Fallout: New Vegas
Gears of War
Gears of War 2
Grand Theft Auto IV
Half-Life 2
Just Cause 2
Left 4 Dead
Lost Planet
Mirror’s Edge
Portal
Prey
Project Sylpheed
Prototype
Saints Row 2
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion