Even though I can admit Kingdom Hearts has its faults, I can’t help but love it, and it strikes me that perhaps loving something in a way that encompasses all its flaws is the purest form of love.
Throughout my life, I have always made time for my friends. I am a big believer in keeping your friends close, even when life changes happen. This is why I liked doing things for the characters in Animal Crossing.
World of Warcraft has seen me from a nervous early 20-something student through to my mid-30's, and I would definitely attribute it to some of my personal growth. There were tears shed, arguments had, and there were also skills learned and confidence gained along the way.
It was a crazy, expensive, 10-year long rollercoaster of a time that I had with this game, and while I may have ventured away from Azeroth, a piece of my heart will always remain there.
I wrote this entry with the theme of nostalgia, to be forever reaching out to that idealised time long ago of things which seem better because they’re gone; Like Gatsby, wanting to repeat his heroic past but without the complicated problems that made it very unheroic.
We're doing some fun and interesting things at Normal Happenings, and I'm excited to give you the guided tour!
My life is full of art. Literature. Film. Music. But no one thing inspires as many emotions as video games.
I am ready to reveal what the next collaboration is going to be!
I'm pleased to announce the release date for "Hyrule: See the sights! Hear the Sounds!"
Some updates to distract you from all of the bad jokes for a second.