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Hi there, I am gaming mom JoJoStarFire, I have been gaming since I was 5 and
the Atari 2600 started it all, (I believe it was my father's). I was 5 back then so I
didn't really know what it was; the only thing I knew was to get rid of the monsters
on the screen. I was very limited in playing the Atari, due to my grandparents
restrictions half the time. My true love for gaming came when I was around 8,
when my mother bought my twin and I our first NES (Nintendo Entertainment
System). I remember feeling pride as I sent Bowser into the pit of fire after being
tricked 7 times before XD.
My mother had a friend that use to lend us her sons games, and we tried to beat as much as
we could. I remember the second one I beat was Ninja Gaiden, then came Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles, Castlevania, etc. I couldn't stop. Then I forgot about gaming after we went to stay with our
grandparents for a while in Puerto Rico.
As soon as we came to be with our mother, we found out about the Super NES, and begged her
for that one too. Then came the newer consoles Gameboy, Sega Genesis, Saturn, Nintendo 64,
Dreamcast, Playstation, Gamecube, Xbox etc, (sorry if I forget a few, I have played them all). Of
course we couldn't play all the game software in the library, but my mom got her hands on some
nice titles (everything action).
It's 2012, I am 33 years old and still gaming. I own, the Playstation 3, Wii, and the Xbox 360. I
don't believe I will ever stop gaming.... I might stop for like a week or 2 but never stop gaming
completely until I go blind, or my hands can't hold a control anymore. Trying to get my daughter into
gaming, and hoping she gets as good as I am.
Your Game Systems (Past & Present):
I have no preference I love the all, currently own PS3, Wii, Xbox 360
Favorite Game Genres:
Survival Horror, Action Adventure, Strategy
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