Xbox Live: MrWE3N
Name your G.A.M.E.S.: Games and movies entertain someone.
|Top 5 Games||Top 5 Anime||Top 5 Manga|
|Pokémon Blue||Samurai Champloo||Naruto Shippuden|
|Pokémon Silver||Cowboy Bebop||Fairy Tail|
|Pokémon Ruby||Mushi Shi||Deathnote|
|Pokémon Diamond||Does Pokémon count?||Rave!|
|Pokémon Black||RWBY||Is there a Pokémon one?|
Remember Ash Ketchum—y’know, the “very best”? I beat him. Twice.
My name is Ari Notis. I attend Emerson College, where I major in
Not Making Any Money, Ever Writing, Literature & Publishing—it’s essentially an English degree with a glorified title. We sit around refurbished rooms in old, brick buildings all day, read authors we can’t understand, then pretend we actually do understand them—such a thing usually manifests itself in the form of impassioned arguments where we hurl bullshit at each other. It’s great. I love it.
Writing may have my mind, but video games have my heart. What other medium gives you so much control, so much choice? It’s like a life simulator, only you get to be really badass—how great is that!? I like shooting aliens in Halo. I like sending 900s in Skate. I like simultaneously spewing fire and ice out of my hands in Skyrim. Video games do what movies and books and television can never do: immerse you in your own experience, as opposed to immersing you in someone else’s—usually a fictional one, mind you.
Naturally, one cannot play video games for every waking hour. I mean, that’d be absurd. For those non-video game times? That’s what Pokémon is for.