Tell us something we don’t know about you.
Something you may not know about me is that I actually do not like phone/mobile games. Growing up, my first phone/mobile was given to me during my late-elementary school days. The phone was only supposed to be used if I was in an emergency with my health. I never really used phones or small technology and my biggest interest was just getting home to play on a video game console.
When the phone market started adapting games as applications, my interest in playing phone/mobile games was non-existent. This was only because the console market of games was flourishing with titles and genres to buy and play. Something as easy as paying for a quality story-based game was a joyful experience for me. Then, when trying phone/mobile games for the first time, I had this distaste because stories were not a huge part of the phone/mobile market.
While not all phone/mobile games are without story content; I just have not once wanted to get back into the phone/mobile game market. I enjoy playing on console because nowadays, I can escape my phone from the junk e-mails, spam phone calls, and random texts that I receive on a daily basis.
What continues to interest you about games?
Video-games have been a part of my life for many years. What continues to interest me about games is the surreal-take on real life. Blending together an idea that is on paper and creating a system of numbers to generate 3D models, environments, or things you would never see in real life. Changing and broadening a person’s perception of a new fascinating idea is what makes playing video-games fun.