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Sorry this took so long to answer.
2: Company you’re always loyal to?
Nintendo, usually. I play their games and buy their consoles consistently. But I really like what Microsoft does with XBOX. People are so fucking annoying right now about Sony vs. XBOX. What they don’t realize is, after Sony slammed the XBOX One, they came out in a news release, after E3, and said that all the stuff people are frustrated about XBOX for doing, they’re also doing. They just waited until majority of eyes weren’t on them so they could spill the bad news. Everything Microsoft is doing is just the direction of gaming and marketing these days. You can be mad at it, or you can get over it and realize that the game has changed and they need to do something to keep up.
Sorry, that was quite a rant, huh? I guess I just feel bad for the slack that Microsoft is getting.*
5: A popular series/game you just can’t get into no matter how much you try?
Halo. I’ve played with friends at Halo parties, and that’s fun because usually it’s been a mix where half of us can play and the other half never game at all, so it ends up just being hilarious and a good time. But I just can’t sit down and play those games seriously.
6: A game that’s changed you the most?
God, anyone who knows me knows this answer immediately: Animal Crossing. I have an AC sideblog for it—Animal Crossing Crazy. I’m heavily into the fandom and especially during my summer and winter breaks when I have time. I’ve been playing the series for a little over a decade, and it just keeps getting better and better. “Animal Crossing: New Leaf” for the Nintendo 3DS is so fantastic. This series has been my childhood and it’s even becoming part of my young-adulthood, I guess. I’m not as warped into as I was, but I appreciate the series so much and enjoy it all the time. I haven’t been able to tear away from “New Leaf” at all.
17: What game do you never tell people you play?
I’m honestly not that picky of gamer, so I’ll try just about anything. But, I don’t have any guilty pleasures in gaming that I keep from the world.
23: Biggest disappointment you’ve had in gaming?
Part of me wants to be greedy and say: “Waiting for ‘Kingdom Hearts 3.’” However, I have “Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance” for the 3DS and it is so fucking fantastic, I could never complain. If I’ve had a bad disappointment with a game, I can’t remember it right now. I’m sure there is one. “Sonic Adventure DX” was dreadful, to me.
30: A game that hasn’t been localized in your country that you think should be localized?
To be honest, I don’t keep up with a lot of international games. Usually what I’m in to is in-progress as far as making its way to America. Like Animal Crossing, where Japan almost always gets their copies first, naturally.
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Day 10 - Your Favourite FPS Game
Well, anyone that has been paying the slightest bit of attention to my last nine musings can probably already guess I am not big into FPS games. If I had to choose one…
I guess I would choose “Halo 3.” I liked Halo to a degree. I like playing multi-player games and such. I like “Halo 4,” just as much, when you’re just goofing off with friends and teaming up, but “Halo 3” was the first Halo game I ever played.
I was mostly late to the Halo game because of my lack of care for it or FPS games in general. I guess it’s just not my thing.
But things like the zombie game and that one game that if I described it, I’d probably just confuse people but I’m going to try anyway:
The game where you’re inside a room and it’s three-on-three (or, at least, it was for us), and each side has a goal and there is one bomb in the center of the room and you must race to the bomb and stick it in your goal before the other team can get to it… Anyone know what I’m talking about?
Yeah, when it comes to Halo, I don’t know much, and I really don’t care. But the few things I do on there from time-to-time are entertaining. And Rooster Teeth’s Red vs. Blue and Fails of the Weak are usually pretty hilarious.