I'm primarily a console gamer, but I do enjoy PC games as long as they run well. The first game I ever played was Donkey Kong Country, way back when. I don't really have a top favorite game, but I could probably come up with a list of ten or so that I value equally as being favorites. For the past ten years, I've become increasingly interested in the way games tell stories, and today I would even argue that it is the most important component of the modern game.
My first BioWare game was Neverwinter Nights, so I've been following them for quite some time. I loved the toolset, and learned a great deal about how games work from experimenting with it. I've played all of their games released since, and I think the Mass Effect series is their greatest project. I'm extremely eager to see what they do next.
RPGs and Adventure games are among my favorite genres. I enjoyed shooters, but lately it's become a real grind. I've lost all interest in Call of Duty and Halo as a result. That's not to say I don't like shooters as a genre; Spec Ops: The Line provided me with an unexpectedly personal experience, and helped support my theory that sometimes, all you need is a good tale to make a game.
I can never seem to fully enjoy any particular console. Microsoft's got very sturdy networking, but their constant need to change their look and inability to make a good Kinect game is enraging. Nintendo's got me scratching my head with their Wii U line up, but I know that their first-party games are consistently awesome. Sony, well, they've pretty much been disappointing since that awful E3 '06 conference. Also, on the PC side, Steam's library is great, but the client stinks.
Anyways, I'm just here to help the wiki grow. Keep things on the level, assume good faith, and we'll be fine.
What's my opinion on that big thing we like to talk about?Edit
I enjoyed the original ending of Mass Effect 3.
I believe Electronic Arts had nothing to do with the nature of the ending
Prior to the announcement of Extended Cut, I argued against changing the ending.
I believe Extended Cut proves that BioWare cares about their fans, possibly more so than any other company.
I don't believe Electronic Arts is out to take our money, seeing as the majority of ME3 DLC is free.
I believe BioWare knows what they're doing.
Pages I've Built Edit
- Cobra Missile Launcher
- Template:Spoilers (Paragon Lost)
- Mass Effect 3: Groundside Resistance Pack
- Venom Shotgun
- Executioner Pistol