Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Inspired by Suskie's post a bit ago, I've spent this evening piecing together my Top 50 Games. Just because I'm that big a geek, really. I threw this together with the sort of careless 'caution-to-the-wind' method that should give the truest results. This isn't about what's technically the best. This is about what games I've loved, and which ones will stick in my memory in the coming weeks, months and years.
In the next two weeks, two games that I have been eagerly awaiting for ages will be released. I am skint, and have been assigned to review neither.
Which will I buy?
Answers on a postcard. If you know me at all, try guessing what the games are. I doubt you'll have much trouble.
In the game, natch. It's such a shame The Witcher does things like OMGSHOWBOOBS, as well, because in almost every other way it's one of the most intelligent, atmospheric and gripping RPGs I've played in a long time, and if I hadn't recently reviewed the PC version of Mass Effect, I think I'd be gushing even more. It's lovely. It's as good a debut game as I've seen since Half-Life.
It's worth first pointing out that I don't read The Sun; I was linked to this by a friend who found it on Yahoo news. Just so you don't think I'm a horrible human.
So: What the fuck? It's like something off BrassEye!
Game that has made me laugh the most without meaning to in recent history: The Witcher.
The way I feel today after the ridiculous session last night is indescribable.
Crazy fuckers have all gone out again tonight. I am bedridden.