Welcome to the fourteenth entry in the revived Community Interviews series!
You'll notice a slight tinge of formulaic formatting throughout these interviews as you read through them, and that is that there are repeated questions that every person must answer. �The reason for this is simple: those questions are what form the foundation of the interview. �Once those questions have been answered, other questions are asked that are tailored to respond to the answers given. �What you will be reading is the end result, conversationally compiled.
You'll also notice that there are some new questions in the mix, and completely new to the interview process as compared to the previous entries. �I am starting to throw a few new things into the recipe, please let me know if these are welcome additions. �Honest feedback is very welcome.
Alright, here's a bonus question: Really? You don't even have an idea of what you believe yourself to be? No self-actualization whatsoever as far as this is concerned? You must have something. Anything, really.
Haha, my response before was half-joking, half-cop-out. Some truth to it, though: I�m finding it hard to think of who I am past the literal sense (�Hey guys, I�m a 19 year-old male that�s studying English Literature at Newcastle University. I just love videogames, books, music, hanging out with my friends, and swimming! Boy, what a life!�). I don�t think it�s something I�m like to find out soon, either. Still feels like I�m on the cusp of being an adult, being my own person.�
This blog is about interviewing members of the Destructoid community. If you think someone deserves to be interviewed, please contact either us via a PM to this account, or our private ones, if you feel so inclined.
The opportunity to be interviewed does not necessarily depend on amount of time spent here, number of published articles, etc. - only if our interviewer or a separate nominee thinks you have something really interesting to say.
So, if you think someone else out there could use a little community shine, speak up and let us know! They could very well be the next victim interviewee!