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Mark A. Brooks uses the A. initial in his name so as to seperate himself from the teeming legions of other Mark Brookses (there are 65,000 in the state of Michigan alone). He also plays video games and writes things about them. CASE CLOSED.
Last seen playing: Ni No Kuni
Hi, thanks for taking the time to read about us. I started gaming with an Atari 2600 and haven’t stopped since. Following the Atari: Nintendo, Super Nintendo, PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, PS2, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PSP, PS3, and Nintendo 3DS. My tier-1 favorite genres are role-playing, puzzle, and strategy. My tier-2 are adventure, shooter, and platformer. I strive to provide spoiler-free postings whenever possible.
Here are the games I’ve played, by year:
I hope you enjoy reading our site as much as we enjoy writing for it.
My earliest memory is playing Kangaroo in the local pizza joint. Not earliest gaming memory, earliest memory. I am a throwback to a time when graphics, sounds, and story didn’t matter nearly as much as if a game was actually fun to play. At best, your motivation was to save the girl.
I have become the prototypical gamer-on-the-go. Most of my gaming time is no longer spent on consoles, but on my iPhone while I take the subway to and from work, or when I have a break at the job. I am the former hardcore gamer who has been turned casual by life. Gaming was once my life. Now it is a mere part of it.
I was introduced to video games on the Atari 2600, and quickly moved to a Nintendo, where The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and Dragon Warrior dominated my early non-Mario years. Now days, I do mostly PC gaming, and some console gaming. I’ve been in and out of rehab, and there’s no saving a nerd like me. NerdLife4Ever.