Not really, part of the course here for me is communicating with other people with a similar passion to video games. Truthfully once used Game Spot solely to get better at typing English words, forming correct sentences. And gaming sites are a good way to remain interested while continuing to learn this second language. However, am much better so I stick more for what we like and dislike, agree/ disagree, discuss. . all those kind of conversations. I generally like doing that. Also learned a few here are actually from the same part of the world as me which was interesting.
My personal circle isn't big and diverse enough to contain how much I enjoy gaming as a whole, I find joy getting it out and chatting about it all video game related. For me it's about sharing thoughts and reading a completely different perspective, with completely different interests or perceptions to gaming. It's so cool how vastly different just one other person will view a game, or gaming news over how I feel about it.
As such, a blogger is more about putting up statements, then ignoring any form of conversation. I want that conversation, community is what's fun.
I would. It's something that seems considerably exciting. I remember finding an old Gaming career choices book in a EB games store a while back. Just a random thought. But I would give game blogging a shot for sure, why not.
I'm a developer and already developed many games but I always want to be a blogger, unfortunately, it would never happen that I wrote something about the games, health, or something about it. I wish I could be.