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Heaven is high and earth wide. If you ride three feet higher above the ground than other men, you will know what that means. That is because horses lend us the wings we lack. Combination of Rudolf C. Binding and Pam Brown quote.
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” By Maria Robinson. I try to live by this quote everyday, but as human nature would have it I am no saint. Time and time again life has taught me that your past is just that, in the past. You can't change it, it's not DVR compatible, so you must recognize that it happened, and let it go. But you can learn from it, and improve your future so that the unwelcome past does not repeat itself.
My personality is slightly Introverted. I find joy in reading a book and spending time to myself. I tend to step back and let others talk their heads off, but this showcases that I observe and listen. That is my specialty, and my random knowledge that tends to pop up in conversations (call me Bill Nye the Science Girl!).
(What my poor cat puts up with during my gaming.)
I just recently starting gaming back in November 2011 thanks to a random interest in Skyrim, which has escalated to me investing into more games. Yes, I did play some when I was little, but they were chances few and fare in-between when I actually completely played through them. My platform of choice is PS3, but I am interested in the PC. I only own a Mac, and do not have the funds to invest into a good gaming PC.
GAMES PLAYED 2013
(PS3) Elder Scrolls V Skyrim (Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard DLC's):
(PS3) Portal 2:
(PS3) Tomb Raider 2013:
GAMES PLAYED 2012 (First year)
(PS3) Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: I have put more hours into this game than all the other games combined. If I had to pick a time amount it would be well over 150+ hours. The only game I have platinumed (so far), and played as every possible type of character. I will always be drawn back to my sneaky nordic archer though. Still play it a little in 2013, but mostly waiting for the DLC's to finally hit the PSN store. Could have done without those lag issues that came along with the PS3 version.
(PS3) Red Dead Redemption: I purchased the GOTY edition. Found out I am much better at third-person shoots than first-person. By far the undead version is more fun for me, who doesn't like going around shooting zombies?! This game taught me the value of quick reflexes in a video game. The only thing that made it tedious was the long drown out cinematic cut scenes.
(PS3) Assassins Creed, Assassins Creed II, Assassins Creed Brotherhood, Assassins Creed Revelations, Assassins Creed III: Thought I would clump all these together to save space. My favorite story of all games so far. I love conspiracy theories and prophecy speculations, it is just such a fascinating view of the world. Don't forget the draw of actual history in these games as well. My favorite out of all of them would have to be ACII, because of Ezio's struggle, game play, and the setting of Italy was beautiful. I am still playing through ACIII in 2013.
(PS3) Dishonored: This would have to be my choice for GOTY. A brand new franchise that took a leap into a world already full to the brim with top selling titles/franchises. New concept to an assassin (which is my favorite type of character if you didn't piece that together yet). I like the fact that this game really made you think about how you are going to play. This is the next game where I want to platinum. Still playing in 2013.
(PS3) Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion:
(PS3) Lego Lord of the Rings:
(PS3) Dragon's Dogma:
(PC) & (Xbox360) Minecraft:
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