This is a summary of a profile. It's not very good at summarizing things though, since the writer is long-winded. How annoying is that?
Helloooo. I am Ivan. I'm an ungrateful layabout without a shred of personal self-confidence, prone to ambivalence and uneasy indifference as a result of being able to not only acknowledge but also vaguely empathize with both extremes of any particular situation. I am as emotionally fickle and unstable as one might imagine. I'm also highly prone to mocking myself in an off-hand manner that is meant to vaguely be reminiscent of humorous diatrebs. How stupid is that?
I like anything involving strawberries, take great pleasure in any moment I can sit down and enjoy the company of someone of similar or higher intellectual level, and find moonlit strolls on the beach to be a hilariously quick way to catch a cold.
Although I happen to own a lot of games and an abundance of time to play them, I'm too disinterested in them to stick to playing any of them. However, I enjoy tagging along with others to play multiplayer games when presented with the opportunity, and do my best to contribute to the spirit of the game- regardless of how out of place I feel.
"Now, I am living out my life in my corner, taunting myself with the spiteful and useless consolation that an intelligent man cannot become anything seriously, and it is only the fool who becomes anything." -Fyodor Dostoyevsky
'Grats on reading this far. Have yourself a cookie.
Either you're going insane, or the world is going insane. It's not clear which of the two it is. The game properly brings out feelings of paranoia and fear in the player. Either you can push those feelings away and try to take a pacifist styled approach to the game, avoiding combat against unknown horrors that may be just the product of your own mind- or you can give in to madness and take the violent option...
Originally, I couldn't imagine what the hype about Bastion was or even could be. After the demo alone I became acutely aware of just how amazing a game Bastion is. Not the longest of games, Bastion is neverthless more than good enough to compensate for this- especially with it's new game plus.
And while it's typically the narrator that brings in buyers, for me it'd have to be the large selection of weapons for the player. Few action RPGs pack as diverse and fun a set of weapons as Bastion does.