Author has written 1 story for Sonic the Hedgehog.
Holy crap, I sounded like an effing noob...
I have matured greatly in my writing (no, I'm not perfect, but I'm doing better than when I first started) so in turn, I have deleted the old crap on my profile (except for that mildly decent revision I started that I will never finish. I swear, I'm not picking the stupid thing up again) Storylines no longer follow my character's designs now, so I've given up.
Sonic the Hedgehog: To tell the truth, I'm actually clinging to this fandom just barely. A lot of my love died away when I picked up that mistake of a Wii game, Sonic and the Secret Rings. Now instead of rabidly obsessing over every aspect of talking, superfast hedgehogs, I can actually see plenty of his Epic Fails. There are still games in the series that I love, though.
Okami: I played the Wii remake and I have been in love with it ever since. It combines all my love of wolves, art, and Japanese culture into one brilliant masterpiece of a game.
Zelda: My friend got me hooked on this series, really. Favorite game in the series varies. I loved Majora's Mask, Ocarina of Time, and Twilight Princess.
Klonoa: Is it the fact that you're playing as a cute, floppy-eared furry, exploring different dream realms, or is it the musical score that's hooked me? I can safely say all three drew me in quite quickly and I've been hooked ever since playing the Wii remake.
NiGHTS: I played the demo for Sega Saturn when I was very young and loved every minute of it, but I could never find it again. Imagine my surprise and great joy when they made another addition of it for the Wii~
Dead Space: A survival horror in space. Normally, I'm not all for the space sci-fi stuff, but this was pretty good. I really do love my survival horrors.
Resident Evil: My dad got me hooked on this. It was my first survival horror and before I even started playing it on my own, I used to watch Dad play through. (And it would constantly scare me. Constantly)
Kingdom Hearts: Pure awesomeness. It was really my first RPG, and the vast expanse of characters and an amazing, original backstory made me nearly keel over. Effects and music were an instant win, and I can say, it was one of the most entertaining and magical gaming experiences of my life.
Mario: I don't think Nintendo has ever had much failure when it comes to Mario. You have to admit, though, a lot of the concepts seem as if they were experimenting perhaps a bit too much on drugs. But I digress. Amazing plots, characters, and original ideas give this series a ten...out of ten of course. My favorite game of the moment, though, would have to be Mario Galaxy.
Final Fantasy 9: Don't get me wrong, plenty of Final Fantasy's are really good, and I rather did enjoy ten, but I must admit that my reason for choosing this out of all the others is one special little addition. Vivi Oruntia.
Spyro: A spunky little dragon that toasts his enemies? Heck yeah! The Legend of Spyro series later on was also really neat!
Super Smash Bros: Characters from a whole bunch of Nintendo games pitting against each other in epic battles! 'Nuff said.
Pokemon: Eh, I was into this as a kid, fell out of it as I got older, and recently got back in it.
Drawn to Life: Okay, this was a fun game. The fact that you got to draw your own hero, aids and obstacles, to help progress through the game was an ingenious idea and they pulled it off well. I admit, some parts could get a bit tedious, but overall, this was amazing. And the story that went along with it was rather adorable, not to mention the characters.
Scribblenauts: This game is nearly unlimited in what you can do! Seriously! I can get so much inspiration just by summoning the oddest things together. My favorite so far is riding a tiny centaur.
Hamtaro: Call me childish, yes, but the little hamsters are too freaking adorable to ignore. There's no way I could resist. Sometimes being a fangirl can be quite the curse.
Ginga Nageraboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed: Ha ha, packs of dogs fighting to keep their territory safe. Brilliantly animated and very grasping in the plot. Kept me on the edge of my seat~
(Still working on this at the moment)