Author has written 3 stories for Assassin's Creed, Dead Space, Metal Gear, and Prototype.
Hi! If you’re reading my profile, presumably it was because something I wrote or did caught your eye and at least somewhat interested you. Whoever you are, it’s nice to meet you!
If I’m going to try and become a more active writer, I guess I should talk a bit about myself.
So, I’m Tayta! That isn’t my real name, but it’s the one I’ve come to identify with on the Internet. I spend my days deflecting real-world problems, in favour of trawling endlessly in the digital web, scouring for whatever information I can devour. I believe in the digital age allowing us to become something more than human, whatever that is, and I hope to witness some of this change within my lifetime.
Also, I’m Australian. Feel free to bombard me with national stereotypes of questionable veracity. I’m also still a high school student and therefore have no knowledge whatsoever of the real world. Whee!
I love any form of media that can tell me a compelling story, drawing me into the world it creates. The science-fiction and action genres are my favourites amongst all, in the form of books, movies and video games. Especially video games. If there’s one thing I could do all day, it’s play video games. The only problem I have with it is that the video games I like tend to be just outside of the mainstream popular: there are passionate fandoms devoted to them, but the average person I meet won’t know a thing about them. Some of the video games I like best include the Metal Gear series, SWAT 4, the Deus Ex series, the original Ghost Recon, Battlefield 2, Supreme Commander, Freelancer, Portal, and many others. But truthfully, I like so many things it’s impossible to list them all.
When I’m not playing video games, I like to practice my skills in writing and drawing. I consider myself to be reasonably good at both; certainly the people around me tell me so. Sadly, my inspiration is a fickle thing, and my projects come and go, as the unfinished writing I have here may indicate. Still, I hope it doesn’t discourage you too much.