ShowNoHopeMember Since 30 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Nov 10 2012 06:54 AM
As far as video games go, I can't picture my life without them. I love doing other things, like spending time with family, watching TV/movies, camping, traveling, and having exciting trips around town, but guitar and video games are my go-to-hobbies. They're how I enjoy using my free time when I can't afford or don't feel like doing anything special. Of course, that doesn't mean I'm just a casual gamer. The feeling of winning a great competitive match against worthy opponents is nearly unequaled; It gives a sense of accomplishment that casual, mess-around, only for fun gaming doesn't give.
I have been sponsored once before, by an organization that I didn't respect very much. They had imperialistic methods of recruitment, sponsoring teams only as long as they gave up any and all self-recognition and played solely for the organization, this causes problems when the team applying for the sponsorship is over-qualified. And being one of those people, my first ill-impression of sponsored gaming was short-lived.
I enjoy playing with real people, in an online or LAN environment, because it usually makes a game that much better, even though it sometimes makes it worse.
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Cross Fire, League of Legends
Casserole, Coffee, Fast Food, Fish, Pizza, Soup, Taquitos, Tea
lots of em.
Foo Fighters, Chevelle, Blue October, 3OH!3, Sum 41, Katy Perry, Plus 44, Blink 182, The Bravery, VNV Nation... The list goes on
Guitar, music, video games, computers, programming
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