I am just a single guy that likes to play games when he gets home from work. I have loved computers ever since being allowed to play and mess around with our first 8086 computer. During my younger years I went through the console phase, with Atari, NES, Sega, and then I pretty much got bored of the typical console games by the time the SNES generation was finished. I greatly enjoy the
>potential uniqueness, challenges, and flexibility you are given in computer games, and anything that breaks the stereotypes and molds of the genres I often greatly enjoy. On the other hand a game that just copies another's success with no real innovation, or real effort put into that game severely disappoints me.
I currently work at a company soon to be mine, wearing many hats from management, purchasing, non-destructive testing, and even general labour when I need to get things done. I enjoy that I can be creative, and design what I need to get problems solved. As in games, if I can not be creative, if I can't construct and manage
things in game, I tend not to be happy.
Having recently bought my first house, In the future, I'll sure to be having less time for games, unfortunately.