This is part 2 of my Monthly Musing. You�re not required to read part 1 to understand anything you�re about to read, but if you would like to read Pt.1 because you like doing things in sequential order (I�m guilty!) then here it is!
In this second part of my Monthly Musing, I will share with you all my experiences gaming with my dad and with my cousins. Hope you enjoy!
Apology in advance: I did not expect this blog to be this long and I�m sorry for adding so much. I provided a TL;DR summary at the end if that helps. Maybe I should�ve asked Occams for help on getting images..
Nowadays we all still game together on our 360�s playing games like Gears of War 2, Modern Warfare 2, and more recently, Red Dead Redemption. Even though we all game together over Xbox Live, it just doesn�t feel the same. I miss having all three of them next to me, gaming into the wee hours of the night and then waking up early and the first thing we did was pick up right where we left off the night before.
But I guess that�s why I decided to subhead this Monthly Musing, Memories That Last Forever, because I will never forget these times we spent together. They will remain with me forever and I just hope that you all have/will have people in your life like these three have been to me.
Thank you for reading!
TL;DR: My dad is not a gamer, but he kicked my ass in Tecmo Bowl for the SNES when I was younger. I, light weight, taught him how to play Street Fighter IV as Ryu, which gave me hope we can game
together again like we did in the past. My cousins (best friends) and I shared amazing memories playing Smash Bros. 64, Sonic Adventure 2, Phantasy Star Online, and SSB: Melee. We still game together over Xbox Live, but it�s not the same.
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