Author has written 3 stories for Legend of Zelda.
Place of residence:
The planet, Earth. This is my home. God made it just for us.
As old as my tongue and a little bit older than my teeth.
My hobbies include reading, knitting, playing certain video games, and writing. I like the outdoors. My favorite time of year is when spring finally comes with its baby leaves, sunshiny days, and fresh, gorgeous flowers.
The game series I loved best was The Legend of Zelda for some time. Ocarina of Time was my first foray into the realm of Hyrule and I loved it. When Twilight Princess came out, it became and has never lost the position of being my most favorite Zelda game. I played it more times than I care to remember and performed countless glitches after playing it normally became boring. I spent hours just fishing, trying get a lot of fish for my journal and giggling every time I caught cans, boots, wheels, twigs, or bags of rupees. I particularly enjoyed the Early Master Sword glitch, which let me explore twilight-shrouded Hyrule without being a wolf. My sisters and I made up a game in which we took turns hiding pumpkins in Ordon Village. I loved everything about the game.
The Legend of Zelda still holds a special place in my heart, but it became... how do I say this? I feel as though I've grown out of it. I occasionally play some of my Zelda games, but they just don't excite me like they used to.
I had great fun with a game called Style Savvy: Trendsetters. It's all about clothes, running a boutique, fashion contests and the people in the surrounding city who come into the shop. As far as I'm concerned, fashion can go fly a kite or take a long walk off a short pier, but what got me interesting in the game was the dress-up aspect. The game has over eleven thousand articles of clothing, all of which I collected because I am an Extreme Completionist. Suffice it to say, I had a ball, despite my initial doubts about the game.
Then I found a new series that captured my imagination--Ace Attorney. My first game was Dual Destines, shortly after it came out. I downloaded the demo and even before I played it I had an inkling I would want to get the game. I did and I completed it in about three days. I loved it so much that I quickly acquired the other five available games and gobbled those up as quickly as my life would allow me. I love the stories that these games tell and I enjoy using my brain to figure out what's going on. The characters are colorful and unique. I'm looking forward to being able to play the entirely of Gyakuten Kenji 2, the translation of which is currently being worked on by some wonderful fans. I wouldn't want to be without any of the Ace Attorney games.
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