“We all have our own opinions, so sometimes I won't agree with you nor you with me. Even so I will still respect your opinions unless they are racist. Even though we will sometimes fail to see each other eye-to-eye, I will still be your friend. If you decide to track me, I'll most likely track you to. If you want to be racist, start a fight on purpose with the intent to ban me and or spread rumors about me or spam me I will ignor you and/or report you to the moderators depending on the situation. I will NOT do the above to you and I expect that you, as adults, will be mature enough to not. Well, now that my terms are out of the way, I'll tell you a bit about me. I'm a gamer who will try any kind of game. I prefer gameplay over graphics, and am more of a Nintendo fan than anything else. I like a little "edge-of-your-seat" thrills in a game, so I play a lot of horror-survival games. Most of my collection consists of RPGs, and I'm working on collection more shooters. Besides gaming, I'm a pure-hearted otaku. I like anything from Gundam Seed to Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, from Gankutsuou suspense to the gory Hellsing. Just recommend me an anime and I'll try it out! I love putting Gundam models together and collecting plushes from my favorite games and anime. I like to try out different kinds of music, from rap to rock. I just can't stand any country music. When it comes to sitting back and reading a good book (besides manga), I like to read anything based off of a video game or a little bit of sci-fi. As for things I don't like, it's pretty hard to say... Country music is just something I can't get into, but I don't hate it... Well, I can't stand racist or sexist people, and I hate when people obsess over stuff like Naruto, Halo, and Twilight. I don't have a problem with the thing being obsessed over, just when people keep harping over the stuff. Well, that's about it. I wish for us to be great friends!
Games are more important than paying for food or paying the bills. The serious collector has made a lifelong investment in the pursuit of having way more games than you do. Ignoring review scores, maintaining few friendships so as not to commit oneself to additional spending on birthdays or holidays, this individual is single-mindedly intent on owning lots and lots of games. A noble pursuit, indeed.