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My name is John Kellogg and I can sometimes be a complex individual. I am originally from Redding, California and moved to Medford, Oregon at the age of 13. I consider Oregon my home as I go to College at Oregon State University here, and I previously went to South Medford High School here as well. While in my high school years gaming was my entire life, it has toned down a tad recently. I still find time to game, but am only able to squeeze in a few hours every day rather than the part time job of playing in my high school years.
Here I am! Behold my wonder!
I am not defined by my excellent beard growing skills, but many see it as my defining feature. I am truly a nice guy, but I love to scare people who haven't met me with my mystical bead powers. A straight face with this baby can nearly kill all who cross it. Here are some more photos of me.
I CAN DRIVE!
My Ron Swanson impression.
The day I lost my hair and tried to defeat Iron Man. If you don't get that reference watch the first Iron Man movie. Jeff Bridges... Nuff said.
There is much more to me than my looks though. As this is a "Gaming" website/blog/profile I am also a gamer. I have a decent collection of games, and I do truly love the stories in the games I play. I find myself a story gamer. I do not often play games for their multiplayer content, but rather I try and get the most out of any Single player campaign I can get my hands on. This is probably why some of my favorite games include Alan Wake and Red Dead Redemption, although I do also loved make your own adventure games like Skyrim and Fallout.
I think I took this picture in 2012, or maybe early 13. This stack has more than tripled which I am particularly happy about. Once the Xbox One came out I got many games on craigslist for low prices. It was amazing.
Now, some of my friends may find this intro different than it was some time ago, and I have to say, quite an astute deduction. I decided to make it a bit more modern and flashy with picture for the new year (2014). I am also trying to use this blog more often as I truly admire Gameinformer and all that they do. I want to be able to contribute to this wonderful community and also give my honest opinion on most things.
I do have a much larger personal life, which doesn't necessarily need to be detailed on this site. If you want to send me a message you can easily do so on this site, and I thank you for getting to know a little more about me. Below is a picture truly special to me because every member of the game informer team signed my copy of "Halo: Forward Unto Dawn"