favourite gaming moments

Gaming Asks

Procrastination level so high I decided to write this out… Send me an ask listing some of these classic game characters and I’ll answer the corresponding questions :)

Mario - Favourite childhood game?

Pacman - Proudest moment in a gaming arcade?

Gordon Freeman - Is there a game you wish would get a sequel? What would you like to see in it?

Master Chief - Do you consider yourself a hardcore gamer or a casual gamer?

Aeris - Have you died so many times in one game that you gave up and never finished it?

Link - Do you have a favourite game (of all time)?

Chrono - What game do you think has the best music?

Bowser - If you could force a video game character to marry you, who would it be and why?

Solid Snake - Do you prefer games where you can rush in guns blazing or sit back and plan it all out?

Crash Bandicoot- Do you have a favourite genre of game? If so, why?

Duke Nukem - Have you ever done a speed-run on a game? What game, what was your time?

Simon Belmont - Most memorable video game villain?

Jim Raynor - What game have you spent the most amount of time playing?

Lara Croft - Have you ever fantasised about a video game character?

Pikachu - Got any plush toys/ figurines/ costumes etc based on video games?

Leon Kennedy - Favourite / Most Hated horror game?

Custer - Are there any video games you wish you never played? Why?

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Favourite character moments: Gale Hawthorne

While Gale probably isn’t your favorite character by any stretch, this scene is heartbreaking and encapsulates Gale at his core more than any of his other actions. He is fiercely loyal toward his own, to a fault at that, but loyal nonetheless. The burden of feeling responsible for people dying when you think you could have done more eventually becomes unbearable for Gale. It’s a terrible thing to have to live with, even though we as audiences know that Gale in his utmost effort to save District 12. As a result of this chip on his shoulder, his moral resolve is broken and he no longer cares about innocent collateral damage, something that I don’t believe the Gale before the bombings would have necessarily agreed with, at least not with such vigor and malice. Although Gale has made alot of shitty choices, he too is a caution to the wind about the consequences of war, that the darkest moments of war can reveal the ugliest sides of humanity, something that was intended by Suzanne Collins no doubt.

You do not have to like or even respect Gale’s other decisions, but you should understand that his later actions are influenced by the anguish that he will always carry with him, and that is not all his fault. 

GIF cred: gfthg

[EDIT] Had to change it up to fit the correct size, God I’ve been such an oblivious idiot about this [EDIT]

My (fairly last minute) entry to the Game Grumps community celebration thing ^^”

I feel like I’ve made some gigantic mistake and somehow (as usual) missed it, but hey ho, I tried my best. Hell yeah to this age old joke, probably one of my favourite Game Grumps moments ever

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A thick fog rolled down between the lines of dun-coloured houses, and the opposing windows loomed like dark, shapeless blurs, through the heavy yellow wreaths. Our gas was lit, and shone on the white cloth, and glimmer of china and metal, for the table had not been cleared yet. Sherlock Holmes had been silent all the morning, dipping continuously into the advertisement columns of a succession of papers, until at last, having apparently given up his search, he had emerged in no very sweet temper to lecture me upon my literary shortcomings.

- Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Copper Beeches

hey telltale if you bring soren back can he get another musical number?

he’s a v good singer and i don’t want to see that talent go to waste