Red Dead Premonition

Hello, and welcome to another (or should I say first?) round of shenanigans and tomfoolery, all coming from the train wreck of a mind that is my own.
First of all, I should probably introduce myself as this is the first blog I have actually submitted to the forums. So hooray for that one.
My name is Robert, also known as Azteck around these parts but my username varies a lot over the different website I prowl. Some of you might have seen me on deviantART, in which case I apologize for the horrendous name. But that's a whole other story that I won't talk about here. I am, just like the rest of you, what you would call a gamer with a side interest in things like photography and drawing, as well as music of various kinds. I'm definitely weird on most occasions, but hopefully not in an offensive manner.  

Gaming-wise, this past week or so hasn't been very interesting. The scarce minutes that I've been on my xbox have been dedicated to playing demos of games that I have little to no interest in, that and streaming movies to it. I'm considering picking up a new game, or an Xbox LIVE card, but seeing as I start working on Monday, I'm not sure how much time I'd have for that, what with all my other things to do.  There is one game though that I have been playing a fair amount of. Namely, Evil Genius. I bought the game when it was originally released back in 2004 by the now extinct developer Elexir Studios, and released by Vivendi. Personally, I love the game even though it's severely broken in certain areas, but I'm willing to overlook it for what it is. I have never actually finished the game, even though it's been in my possession for as long as it has, but I'm hoping to rectify that this time around.  
Anyway. Enough side-tracking. As everyone should know by now, TNT was last night, and in the warming up period (foreplay?) people were discussing Red Dead Redemption and Deadly Premonition, though completely unrelated to one another. And I dropped the name Red Dead Premonition. And I couldn't not make a photoshop of it. And here you have it:
I probably could've put more work into it, or made more crossovers between the game but I wanted to keep it fairly subtle and not, you know, bad.   

And I'm afraid that's all for now. If I were you, I wouldn't have read this far, and if you have then good for you. I do hope I didn't cause you any severe mental trauma. Until next time, I bid you all farewell.

The quest for an S, and out on a bender.

I won't lie. The main reason why I created a blog in the first place was to get that juicy achievement, but I guess now's as good as any time to get started. In all honesty, there isn't much to tell about me. I'm a student of 16 years (turning 17 little under two weeks) who spend way too much time and effort on gaming, and probably less than I should on school. But I manage nonetheless with fairly okay grades, I guess. Interesting, no? 

That's right! The part of the blog that everyone looks forward to. 

That's right. I'm close to my first ever S-rank here on this fabulous site. Kinda sad, maybe. But oh well. I'm an easy achievement away from getting 1000/1000 GS in Mass Effect 2. Why I haven't just gone back to get that one is a mystery, but oh well. It'll happen eventually. While we're on the subject. Not sure if I want to buy the DLC. Seems cool and all, but something about it just doesn't seem worth the points. I guess we'll see how positive (or negative) the reviews are.
And seeing as it's late, and I'm tired. I'll just conclude this cycle of trivial information here.
To be continued..  
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