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Andrew F.

Location:

Washington, DC

Member since:

July 16, 2013

What video games do you play?

I find myself playing League of legends a lot (as well as watching pro gamers play it) I still have most of my old games (nes, snes, sega, n64, ect.) and I will play them from time to time. I do find myself playing a lot of cheaper games from steam or other pc games.

What board games do you play?

I don't play a lot of board games but I am kind of looking forward to learning how to play some.

Your favorite game of all time?

The hardest question of all to answer. Mario Kart 64 might be my favorite. I used to play it every day after school at my babysitters with my brother and another kid. I loved it then and I still played it in college with others and it was still a lot of fun. Another one that I have the most fond memories of is Halo. I used to have a bunch from friends over to my house (when we weren't outside playing football or baseball) and we would have 4v4 lan games of Halo. That was always a lot of fun yelling at people from across different rooms about how cheap something was.

Introduction

I am a recent college grad that is back home and looking for things to do. I also am trying to join the air force and play ice hockey as well as video games during my spare time.


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