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Hello, people of Game Informer. I have been relatively active on this site for almost two months now, and have sent and received friend requests from many of you. However, I have remained relatively secluded in my interactions with the community, and I want that to change. It is my goal that this blog will serve as an introduction to myself and break the ice. However, I still wish to remain anonymous and will refrain from using my real name, location, and people and places around me.
The Bio: I am a Halloween baby. I was born October 31, 1993 (the oldest child, I now have a younger brother and sister) in a certain city in Kentucky. My memories of this certain city are vague because at the age of three I moved to a certain town, also in Kentucky. In this town, I grew up. I attended a certain private school through first grade, but then switched to a certain public school. However, my mother was a teacher at another school, so I changed schools again for the fourth grade. About this same time my family started attending a certain Baptist church, but I was an idiot and refused to get involved with the church's youth. I wasn't happy with my school, so I switched schools again for fifth grade to a new private school housed in my church. Unlike my previous school experiences, this school seemed perfect, and I remained in the school until 11th grade. I was always in the highest grade, the school would add a year each year. However, in 9th grade, things started turning sour. Two new students, a midget girl in my grade and her midget sister in my brother's grade, arrived and ruined everything I enjoyed about the school. They were obnoxious, unsanitary, and plain rude. They were the reason why I decided to leave after the 11th grade, and because so few people were returning the high school closed. I am now almost done with my senior year of high school as a home-schooler, and am trying to become more involved with my church's youth group to make up for my middle school years as an idiot.
The Gamer: When I was little I got a Nintendo 64. I was only allowed to play for an hour each day, but I reached the point to where I could beat Star Fox 64 in my time limit. Around the same time I received a Gameboy Color with a copy of Pokemon Red. That game series possessed me through its third generation, but I eventually abandoned Pokemon, never to look back. In the following years, I got a Gamecube, and was first allowed to play T rated games (Metroid Prime and Star Fox Adventures were my first). I still had the one-hour-a-day rule, but it wasn't enforced as strictly as before. The Gamecube era lasted a long time for me, but my parents eventually purchased a Wii. Around this time, I got my first M rated game, Halo: Combat Evolved for the PC. Although I enjoyed many of the games on the Wii, I never truly liked any of the third-party games made for the console. A little over two years ago, I finally got an Xbox 360, and that was when I truly became a gamer. I am not saying that I am a skilled gamer, but I LOVE games. Oblivion, Halo 3, Call of Duty, and many more consumed my life to this very day. And now that I have a gaming computer, my gaming horizons are limitless.
Video Game: Skyrim
Book: Harry Potter series
Television Show: Lost or Monk
Artist: Adele or Skrillex (side note: if you haven't seen the music video for Skrillex's First of the Year (Equinox), you need to)
That's all the general stuff I could think of. Feel free to PM me if you want to know about my personal beliefs on different stuff, like politics, religion, etc, but I feel it is better to leave these out of the blog to avoid offending anyone. Don't hesitate to send me a friend request or ask me anything. Hope this blog helped! Have a great day!