1998 when it was videogames.com. I was looking for secrets and cheats for Smash Bros. 64 and many other N64 titles. First came across the forums in 2000-2001, even made an account which name I don't remember. Since I was still using dial-up then, my time on the internet was limited so I rarely ever visited. Wasn't around 2003/2004 that I became more active once our internet got upgraded to DSL...
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Well, for me:
Dark Souls Trilogy
Monster Hunter 4U/Generations/World
Smash Bros: Melee/Brawl
Metroid Prime Trilogy
Perfect Dark 64
Castlevania Symphony of the Night/Dawn of Sorrow
Star Wars: Rouge Squadron 3
......there's much more. Their names just slipped my mind....
Chaotic good it seems. Figured it would either be that or neutral...
Well, took the test again and got Neutral Good.
Your alignment is Neutral Good!
You don't always obey the rules, but don't go out of your way to break them
You do your best to help others
Neutral good is often considered to be one of the best alignments. You're willing to bend the rules to help others, but you have limits on how far you go.
Others may describe you as:
just an all-around good person"
Honestly, that seems more accurate...
Well, I didn't get none of the consoles at launch even though I was really jonesing for the Gamecube which I got some 2 years into its life. So my experience was simply craving for the Gamecube and getting my hands on Smash Bros. Melee but nothing else...
Still would've preferred a Rouge Squadron, but I suppose that will do...
The Mass Effect games (1, 2, & 3)
Dragon Age: Origins
Zelda games (Majora Mask and OoT especially)
Suikoden (The first one. Wish there was a PC release)
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn
Skyrim (Well.......at least before Bethesda released updates that compromised my installation and mod support, which now my Skyrim no longer opens. I created my own personal Fire Emblem and Golden Sun mods using a combination of other people mods, particularly magic and armor/weapon sets, and creation kit for modifying places for strongholds and character placement. I even learned Autodesk to create my own weapons and armor based on those games. Ahhh......the amount of fun I had with what I created....I miss it so much...)
Didn't he attempt suicide not so long ago? I figured if he failed once, they would put him in a padded room so he won't get another chance to try it...
Based on play time (Over 100 hours):
Dark Souls 3 (256 hours)
Nioh: Complete Edition (283 hours)
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (931 hours)
Monster Hunter Generations (306 hours)
Monster Hunter World (250 hours)
Bravely Default (157 hours)
Mad Max (118 hours)
Final Fantasy XV (331 hours)
The Evil Within (115 hours)
Skyrim (This is tricky since I can't pinpoint hour many hours I truly put into this game. I know it's well over 3k from actual play time, managing mods, and attempting to create my own mods)