Here I am as of May 25, 2010:
I am now done with college and have a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, but so far no job. I'm 23, but I still play games like I'm a kid (which I guess I am). Video games will never leave I don't believe, as you can see by my collection, I mainly play PC games but have branched out to the Wii for nostalgic NES stuff and my brother has a 360 so play that some too.
About a year back I started playing LOTRO (lord of the rings online), I never thought I would get so low as to go for an MMO, but hey it was $20 for the game and a month. Well, I ended up playing it for 1400 hours in the span of about 6-7 months (A LOT). I eventually got 2 lvl 60 'toons' and many mid lvl ones. I would do all kinds of instances and crafting and had fun with my guild 'Elronds Elite' on 'vent'. (I know anyone who hasn't played an MMO might not know these words).When I graduated college I eventually got a job (not as an engineer) so I quite LOTRO as I had no time. This past January, about a year after I started the whole LOTRO incident (don't get me wrong, LOTRO was tons of fun, just grew out of it) I bought COD6: MW2 and beat that and played about 650 hours of MP until recently it just got boring with all the hacked servers on PC and I suck at 360 controls so yeah...
Now I've gotten Red Dead Redemption and SMG2, I've gotten a little over half way done with RDR and its good fun, if not a bit GTA4 like. Actually just got SMG2 today and didn't get a chance to play it.
Well, thats what I'm doing as far as gaming goes, maybe I'll grow up some day...but I doubt it.
I go to Central Michigan University for Mechanical Engineering:
English 201-B+ , Strength of Materials-B+ , Diff. Equations-B+ , Circuits-A , Dynamics-A
Speech 101-B+ , Calc 3-B- , Fluid Dynamics-A- , Legal Env. Business-A , Computer Programming-A
Engineering Materials-B- , Thermodynamics I-A- , Solid Mechanics Lab-B , Vibrations-A- , Engineering Statistics-B+
Robotics and Automation-B+, Dynamic Systems and Control-A-, Machine Design I-B, Digital Circuits-B+, Financial Accounting-A-