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Sony & TLG: The Last Broken Heart

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I am officially giving up on The Last Guardian.  This is probably the saddest day I've ever had in this hobby, and that's out of twenty-eight years playing video games.  This day, right here, is when I watched the purest of videogame hope die.  That's not hyperbole.  That's very real.

And Sony, you giant, sprawling multi-national corporation, you. On the beyond remote off-chance that you're out there reading this, I'd like you to know one thing and one thing only about that hope:  you killed it.  With your bare-mother-fucking-hands.  Nobody else.  Nothing else.  And I am sure as shit that I'm not the only one who feels that way right now.

"But Urrday, it's not like they canceled it."  You might as well have, at this point.  Stop dicking all of us around and just decide on whether or not you're going to put a bullet in it already.  Now you're just being cruel for the sake of being cruel, and if you can't see that, you're far worse than your fans ever thought you were.  Just shit or get off the fucking pot.

With that said, I'm going back to the week's E3 coverage.  It's going to be interesting if I can muster up the energy to care anymore.  I certainly won't get this emotionally invested in a videogame ever again, that's for sure.  This hobby used to be about inspiring that childlike sense of wonder...now, I guess they're more in the business of extinguishing it.  

At least there's No Man's Sky, that's all I'm saying.  We know that's coming.





But, hey, there's always room for some more fucking zombies, right?  Right?  Guys?
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About Everyday Legendone of us since 1:32 PM on 08.24.2009





I am the Everyday Legend, and I am a male, 31-year old Florida native and videogame fan of the most epicurean order. I'm also the father of a very precocious (almost) three-year-old daughter, and a newborn daughter as well!

My natural state: very, very tired.

I got into gaming when I was 5, and my Aunt and Uncle had an NES that they had bought because they thought it was the coolest thing ever. As a matter of fact, they weren't too far off of the mark. I was introduced to Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt (naturally), and soon followed up with the very first Zelda. I remember the very first game I beat by myself - Megaman 2, in 1989. I was six at the time.

Shortly after that, I played Street Fighter II for the first time in a local skating rink and was hooked. Bad. Like, smack-habit bad.

I remember playing against the college kids that would come in there to hang out and chill - there was a lounge connected to the place that you had to be 18 to get in - and a lot of these guys used to come in and spend a ton of time and money on playing SFII. I learned how to play from these guys, and within a year, I had become just as good as they were. I was hanging out with people almost twice my age, and conversing with them on their level about a mutual passion - and that's where I've been ever since.

Videogames don't make up my entire life: I cook, I write, I sing, I have a full-time career in IT and am still attending college for a degree in Computer Science, then moving into a Masters in Information Systems Management. Gotta have goals.

Nothing beats a good trip to a good bar where they serve good beer and have a good selection of good tunes. Also, chilled Junmai Ginjo (unfiltered) sake is the nectar of the gods, in case you weren't aware. Of course, those trips are very rare these days, because there is always another diaper to change, and leaving your kid at home in the crib is never an option if you want to be able to look at yourself in the mirror.

Oh, and I really, really love sushi. I can put away amounts of that stuff that some may label as borderline genocidal. I put species of fish on the endangered list singlehandedly. I'm not ashamed. It's their own fault for being born so damn delicious.




XBL (defunct): Everyday Legend
PSN: Everyday_Legend
STEAM: Everyday Legend
Skype: everydaylegend

Your eyes do not deceive you. There's a trend.



See you out there.

- EL
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