I was just thinking about how many people play video games at work. I play at work all the time. A couple of years ago I started bringing my PS2 into work with me. I work at a poolside bar and grill at a hotel. And sometimes it can get pretty slow. So I had to find something to do. They used to keep this 60 some inch TV in my kitchen. It was just an extra, and before they moved it out and into a more suitable storage area I tried to get all the enjoyment I could out of it. So that went good for a couple of months, till they moved it. After that I had gaming withdrawals. So I purchased a PSP and I never looked back. Currently I am playing Crisis Core, Silent Hill: Origins, and Vice City Stories. Not to mention Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, and Room 215. So this should be a busy winter. If any one else has a story about gaming at work, please share it with me. Word out.
Well, I've been playing "Skate", lately. And talk about stress. There is a certain kind of game that really get my nerves on end. Sports Games. Don't get me wrong, I love sports games. But there is a reason that I don't own too many. I like to space them out. I can play any other kind of game without getting mad. But sports games are my vice. I just seem to take it too personally when I lose. "Skate" is definitely a sweet game though. The tricks are a lot more challenging to perform, but the satisfaction of finally pulling them off is worth it. I've always been an avid"Tony Hawk" fan, I've played them all. But now that I've gotten a taste for this game, I don't know if i can go back..... well maybe. Sweet game though, even if it sends me to an early grave. Try Try Try Try Try Try Try again. word son.