Having signed up for my school newspaper to write reviews, I have come back to look at my old reviews I posted here in my early days, like when I was 13. I about died from excessive amounts of stupidity, immaturity, and plain out badness. To think I was like that only a relatively short time ago (a few years, but it sure doesn't feel like its been a few years). I just spent a good 15 minutes purging those reviews, as they were quite litterally the worst thing I've ever read in my life.
Some might say "But Grodus5, you don't even have a following here, why bother?" This is why I'm bothering, while I should've kept those reviews (they were about a paragraph long, if that says anything, full of mispellings and grammatical errors, which I'm sure this blog post is full of, but don't hate, I'm horrible with that stuff) to show what I once was, that is not important. I am a guy that focuses too much on the past, but now I know that I should just learn from the past and not repeat it.
Now that those highly radioactive reviews are out of my history, I plan on writing new ones. These will be far more professional, and will be good practice for my scholastic journalism career. I'll be reviewing games, movies, albums, books, whatever strikes me as something I should review, I'll probably review it. So hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your husband, because Grodus5 is back in town.
P.S. If you have read any of my past reviews, I am sorry, but I cannot refund you the lost IQ points. Please excuse them, my writing skills have improved a great deal. I've already impressed my Editor in Chief for my school's newspaper with just a rough draft of my Halo Reach review (the first thing I was assigned to do), which I will be adding soon (trademarked). My Editor in Chief, while a very nice person, is rather strict with the writing quality that goes into the newspaper, so I'm pretty proud. That being that, I apoligize for the past (although I'm sure none of you actually read my so called "reviews") but you can all look forward to a bright future.