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I've got one and a half year left on school then I have to move on. Maybe attend some University of sorts, but I still don't know what I want to end up as. I have some ideas, however, they all seem so distant to me. I'm hoping I can get some help from the Gamespot community here, and perhaps some information on various jobs and such that I may be interested in. Starting out, I'll give you a short list of what I have thought of so far:
- Technical/Visual artist (Games, maybe even websites).
- Costumer service.
As you can see, the second one may be a bit of a long stretch - Plus, I may have to go through some year of being a journalist to improve my written language enough, to finally become a writer.
3'rd and 4'th are mainly due to my passion for Gaming. However, I have serious doubts that I'd be any good at them. Sure, I've spent some time with Photoshop, but that's years ago, and I don't really have any experience with programming at all.. Seems so difficult to get into.
The 5'th is because I've written some reviews here in the past (wanting to write more, but not finding the time). It seems fun, and it would allow me to play video games or watch movies for a living, then express my feelings about these. This may also require that I become a Journalist first.
And the last one, Costumer service, I figured it would be a great way to improve my written and oral skills in English, plus I'd get to use it in my every day life. Blizzard seems to have job openings in Ireland and even USA, or I may have a chance in smaller companies first. Yet, I doubt this is what I want to end up as, but I think it may be a good way to improve certain skills of mine and become ready for a more challenging job.
So, if you have any suggestions for what I should do, please let me know by a comment. Thanks.
My Xbox 360 loves me, and I love it.
While I did consider getting a PS3, just for a few exclusives, it seems a bit too expensive and I'm fine with my Xbox. There are still a ton of games I should try out for the Xbox.
Anyway, I just got it back from repair this thursday. Totally unexpected, I also recieved a free one month Xbox Live Gold pre-paid card from Microsoft, really happy about that. Might not be the most pricy item to recieve, but it's a hell of a lot better than nothing, and it is surely a nice gesture. Thanks, Microsoft! *Huggles*
I've already finished Mirror's Edge on Normal difficulty. It's one hell of a game, let me tell you that. What I liked most was definitely the perspective from which you play the game. It makes it quite realistic, and I may just nearly have jumped up from my chair every now and then. I'm far from done with the game, and I've already begun a new game on Hard. Time Trials and Speedruns seems like a lot of fun and they're a good way to test your skills. I keep tryin' just to improve my previous score.
Of course, I also got to play some Guitar Hero: World Tour. I even completed a few gigs on Expert, bass. With the drums I'm stuck with Medium right now, and with the guitar I'm playing at Hard. So I'm trying to improve as much as I can, but I still haven't finished the career with any instrument yet. (The closest is Band, which I played a lot one day with a friend)
I'm still playing World of Warcraft. It may or may not be a good idea, but whatever. I'm having plenty of fun right now. We're five friends playing together, and we just decided to reroll to a different realm, as Hordes. (Finally) I'm hoping the maturity of the players we see and meet will improve as we reach higher level places, and are able to join high-level Guilds. Right now my Tauren Warrior is sitting at level 65, and I plan to get him to 68 (And, therefore, Northrend) by next weekend (That is when I will also have a week off from school, so it's all good!). Warrior seems like a great class. I had this one on a different realm (at level 42), but decided to bring him over to the new one. I don't really regret that choice yet, since it's a fun class. Protection is surprisingly good for leveling, and being able to Tank instances is just another plus. Right now, I'm trying out Arms though with a big nasty 2-handed weapon, and it seems decent, but it lacks the survivability that Protection offers. Still, it will be a lot better when I encounter certain classes in PvP.
Well, that's about it. I'll get back to my homework now, and finish this math. Have fun people, hope you're enjoying Gaming too!
Rampage? Oh sorry, wrong game.
Anyway, I got both Mirror's Edge (Haven't tried it yet due to faulty Xbox) and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
I've almost been sitting and playing the game ever since I got home about five-six hours ago, and it's been a blast. I'm usually very careful when going online to play, but after playing the campaign for about 2 hours or a bit more, I went for it.
The multiplayer is definitely great. I'm already Level/Rank 10, got a few unlocks and so on, but I haven't messed around with that yet and still using the Assault Kit most of the time. Been the best player of the match surprisingly many times, despite plenty of players being well over the 30-40 levels, or maxed out at 55.
The worst thing is, I think people are a bit biased and judge people by their level - Like Clans "recruiting players of level 55, or otherwise good players". I'm not planning on joining a guild, so why would I care? Well, I just think it's a dumb rule. In a shooter game, the players' skill counts a hell of a lot more than the available equipment. I'd definitely choose to judge a player on how good he is performing, and now how high his damn number is.
Halo 3 is a bit better on this one - Your ranking is able to drop, as well as rise. In Call of Duty, you cannot decrease in Exp Points or Levels. So when I see a Level 55 player, I do think 'Hey, he's pretty high level', but all in all.. I'd like to see him shoot me first, before I think of anything good about him. (Otherwise he's dead meat. )
So a 'short' rant on not judging people by their damn number. Either, it shows pure skill and you will only find out by playing against this person. Otherwise, it simply shows how much time they've been wasting in the game. Even for a really poor player, I suppose it's only a matter of time before you reach Max Level.
I'm heading back in there shortly, after I stack up on water and prepare myself for more killing streaks. I hope you all have a nice weekend!
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