- A 33 year old male gamer
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Hello. As the year comes to the end VGC holds annually it's greatest game event. In this event every participant posts his personal top 50 of greatest games of all time at the last 50 days of the year - one game each day. On November 12th the game #50 and at December 31st the game #1. Do you wanna join this year? Sign-up thread is here: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241130
Pretty significant update and overhaul to my bio/profile info. One of these days I'm going to go all out and throw on every game I curently own from the game database on here. Just don't have the patience atm hehe..
You have some of the best nicknames and avatars of VGC. Please, don't ever change it. ^^
How is Has Been Heroes? How much do you like it? I'm somehow curios about this game.
This list only shows a selection of games from this user's favourite games.
Motion control can be great - but it needs to be utilized in the right way, for the right type of games. If we're talking - motion control being overemphasized and forced upon EVERYTHING, like the Wii, then yes - I think that was just a fad. But the tech certainly isn't going away. It'll just be more like rumble I think - more in the background as a way to supplement the controls of certain...
Wii U. It doesn't do anything particularly interesting other than being the first HD Nintendo console (yay..) and having a large clunky touchscreen controller that feels like a cheap Fischer Price toy or something. Didn't care for the cumbersome Miiverse thing and how long it took to just start up your game. The handheld streaming play was cool but the fact that you couldn't step like 20 feet...
Well, the Mana Series simply never had anything close to the clout or impact on the gaming scene that FF has had. And this is coming from a huge Secret of Mana fan - while the remake is solid on most fronts, it also felt a bit lukewarm and standard to me. I'll certainly be playing more of it but it's also not exactly knocking my socks off. ...
Favourite Games: Super Mario Bros 3
Super Mario World
Super Mario 64
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Super mario Odyssey
Mario Kart games
Donkey Kong Country
Roller Coaster Tycoon
Gears of War series
The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion
Secret of Mana
Zelda series (early stuff and BotW mainly)
Favourite Music: Metallica (that one should be obvious)
System of a Down
Rhapsody of Fire
The Black Dahlia Murder
All that Remains
Theatre of Tragedy
Five Finger Death Punch
Favourite Films: The Matrix
Star Wars Trilogy (mainly episodes 4-6)
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Dumb and Dumber
Halord and Kumar
Favourite Books: Lord of the Rings
A Song Of Ice And Fire
Sword of Shanarra
The Hunger Games
Halo: The Fall of Reach
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Also like browsing certain biographical, philisophical, non fiction (especially when dealing with conspiracies or interesting, "off-kilter" or "taboo" topics", ancient history stuff too.
These days I'm more about kicking back to my pretty robust collection of audiobooks on audible. My favorites here:
The Disaster Artist
Out of Your Mind (Alan Watts)
Personal Foul (NBA Ref Scandal)
Birth, School, Metallica, Death and into The Black
The Subtle Art of not Giving a Fuck
The Cubs Way
Ready Player One
How Star Wars Conquered The Universe
[various lectures of The Great Courses]
Favourite Food: Perfectly cooked bacon
A Nice juicy steak
Cheese (in most forms)
Potatoes (in most forms)
And being mostly Italian, I naturally like:
Spaghetti and meatballs
Italian deli meats (I'm a bottomless pit when it comes to Salami and Pepperoni)
Oddly enough though, Canoli's never did it for me :P
About Me: I have been burning hours of my life gaming since my early youth, when I picked up the NES controller and played Super Mario Bros for the first time. From then on, I knew gaming would be part of my life forever.
I recently graduated with a BA in History at Illinois State University. I have also recently earned a Masters Degree in Animation in Chicago. I am interested in creative writing and have also taken up gaming journalism - sufficiently combining two of my favorite hobbies. At the moment I'm writing for newgamenetwork.com, thegamer.com, as well as right here at Vgchartz (Stephen LaGioia)!