With the ashes settling down, and the mundane routine of life returning to normal fluctuations , I return to speak on my video game repertoire .
Looking back, just as iTZKooPA has, I realized just how many MMOs I’ve tasted.
Interestingly enough, Mortal Kombat on the SNES was the first video game I ever played. I was around five (Ed. Note *gasp!*). I used to drive my older brother insane by pulling out these advanced combo attacks on him. I had the unfair advantage to learn throughout the day while he was at school (no pre-school FTW!). From there my gaming habits moved to Mario and Star Fox.
I slid my foot in the industry off and on with consoles years ago. From PS2, I bought a GameCube, then an X-Box. I was a conservative, yet well-versed gamer, switching from Ps2 to X-Box due to exclusives and needing cash for more titles – thank you GameStop. In the end, I only to ended up selling them all when I was first introduced to World of Warcraft. I haven’t looked back since. There’s an occasional game here and there that catches my eye, but usually there’s a PC version that I can buy; Assassin’s Creed being was the most recent franchise. Continue Reading