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I'm 24 year old fellow from Southern Finland. I mainly go by Fami and Shii.
I consider myself quite a video game enthusiast with a lot of my time involving video games in one way or another, whether it's listening to video game music, reading news, discussing, thinking, collecting or even playing some of them once in a while.

I've played video games throughout my whole life starting with NES, though I don't have many memories from back then besides watching my brother and father play Super Mario Bros. 3. Most of my early childhood gaming memories involved Super Nintendo and Sega Master Syster with Zelda, fighting games and platformers. I started taking gaming more seriously during fifth generation with games like Ocarina of Time and Final Fantasy VII and my interest kept growing to my teen years with Playstation 2 until I had a burn out and only started slowly recovering quite far into seventh generation with Nintendo DS Lite and later Xbox 360. Now I'm more into gaming than ever before. My current main systems are Playstation 4 and Vita.

I used to be huge into anime (and all things Japan) as well, but the interest ended up fading away. But it's something that I've also started to pick up slowly again with shows like Attack on Titan and Space Dandy. The latter of which might very well be my new favorite anime. Some of my past favorites have been Trigun, GTO, Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, Dragon Ball Z, Hajime no Ippo, School Rumble and Neon Genesis Evangelion. I also used to read manga with my favorites being Ranma ½, Dragon Ball and Detective Conan. Naruto was the only long lasting series that I've been following lately, though that came to it's end. Nowadays I've also started to get more into western comics like Fables, Y: The Last Man, The Walking Dead and Guardians of the Galaxy among other superhero comics. I follow many western cartoons like Archer and South Park. I don't follow many "real" TV shows, but currently watching Better Call Saul. I'm a huge fan of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones. My favorite movie series is Star Wars.

I'm fueled by music, but I always had impossible time trying to describe my taste. Even when I really like few songs from some artist, I rarely get around looking more into their other stuff. Some of the few artists / bands I've looked bit more into are Elvis Presley, Pentatonix, Queen, Scatman John, The Silent Comedy and Voltaire. I also listen a lot of nerdy artists on Youtube, like my favorite, Gavin "Miracle of Sound" Dunne. If you want to know more about my taste, my profile's playlists has plenty of music I love. This playlist especially has many of my all-time favorite "real" songs. Here's some nerdy favorites and VG Music.

Some of my past obsessions have been mythology and folklore. As a kid The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Myths & Legends by Arthur Cotterell was my favorite book, my aunt's ex-husband had it and I would always read it and take notes when I visited them. Also used to love reading about all sorts of paranormal stuff, even though I never was a believer. I'm not very knowledgeable, but I love space and I'm an avid stargazer. I take lots of photos from moon and stars, even though my camera isn't great for that. Star background is from Google, but the moons and eclipse is taken by me.

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“Critics who treat 'adult' as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”

― C.S. Lewis


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Steinling Report | 08/24/2015 5:35 pm
Thank you for your purchase!
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/15/2015 10:32 pm
Lan Sukasa
Yeah, everyone knows people running around towns butt naked & fully erect was common back in the middle ages. Same with those people moonjumping and killing dragons with internet memes.

Nope, and now that I have, it's a lot more interesting now.
Argentstar Legacy Report | 08/15/2015 1:34 pm
Argentstar Legacy
ya for a little bit, i didn't really see much change until i went on patrols, Boss level creatures block my way to certain missions because i don't have the House of Wolves expansion.. which is sorta lame.. i was kinda hoping for them to be free by now since they already have a 3rd one on the way to be released.. i will probably have to wait and see... it's going to take me forever to get to lvl 30 just for hunting for Light equipment by myself.. UGGGGGG

Lan Sukasa Report | 08/15/2015 4:57 am
Lan Sukasa
Yup. Gotta love US laws. #FirstWorldProblems

And don't forgot the tons upon TONS of nude modes that are available for those games. Like yeah, Skyrim can't possibly be any better without being given the ability to run around as a butt-naked woman with large breasts that have physics that have been professionally engineered for over a decade, killing everyone in Whiterun with overpowered lightsabers and magic that can OHKO dragons on Legendary difficulty, with Darude - Sandstorm blasting in the background.
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/15/2015 2:16 am
Lan Sukasa
I wish I did. But I work at a crappy minimum wage job, so I don't think they'd ever give me bonuses.

Reminds me of all those people who think playing Skyrim with hundreds of mods is the only true way to play that game. Sure, it makes the game a lot more interesting and fresh, but by itself without any mods, it already has well over a hundred hours worth of content. And this nonsense applies to literally any Bethesda game, bring up Elder Scrolls or Fallout and most people will likely say "this game is good with mods. Otherwise, it's pretty underwhelming."
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/14/2015 10:37 pm
Lan Sukasa
Too bad I work on weekends. emo

The new one that's coming out later this year called Super Mystery Dungeon has been confirmed to have all 721+ Pokemon available in it, including legendaries. If it has plenty of postgame content and stuff, then it'll be everything Gates to Infinity should've been.

Well, better safe than sorry, right? Then again, I spent a whopping nine years playing the grindfest that is MapleStory, so I've grown this tendency to grind for levels like crazy in RPGs. Xenoblade pretty much encourages this because the difficulty ramps up about halfway through, hence why there are a ton of sidequests to do. Oh, I see. I suppose I'm going back to debating on what covenant I should join. redface

I don't think we have anything like that here in the US. Every 4G plan has limited data and is stupidly expensive.
Argentstar Legacy Report | 08/14/2015 5:15 pm
Argentstar Legacy
oh hey C:
Not much... im trying to write but i keep getting distracted lol
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/13/2015 9:34 pm
Lan Sukasa
The Mystery Dungeon games are pretty good, even though they've gotten heavily mixed reviews from sites like IGN and stuff. Gates to Infinity is by far the worst one yet. Gameplay-wise, it's not bad, but it was pretty barebones in terms of content compared to Explorers of Sky. There was a pretty limited amount of Pokemon available in the game (mostly Gen V ones, Lucario and Riolu weren't even in the game for some stupid reason,) and there was hardly anything to do after you beat the main story other than grind quests and upgrade your Paradise. And since they're roguelikes, they do get pretty tough, even tougher than Dark Souls in some cases, except replace the requirement for skill with luck.

Which is pretty much the reason why I plan on grinding a bunch before I touch Blighttown, because I prefer not to get stuck at that particular bonfire. Especially considering the fact that the game's autosave system saves the game after every little thing you do, so it's super-duper easy to get screwed over to the point to where a complete restart is required.

That's pretty much why I plan on becoming a Warrior of Sunlight. Even though I feel he'll be useless at times, I think there will be at least one instance where the Sunbro will come in handy.

Yeah, I actually have a few brothers, two of which are step-brother's. The patch pretty much fixes all the performance issues with the game, since it ran like crap on even the strongest of PC's at the time of it's release.

I used to be on a proper 50Mbps network, until we got into the situation we are in now and we're on a limited data plan, and it sucks, I tell ya.
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/11/2015 4:27 pm
Lan Sukasa
Well, I'm not really gonna dive into it right away, especially considering there are a several other games I want to finish like Xenoblade Chronicles and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. I'll probably play it in short bursts during this time, though. It might just be my cowardice telling me that I'm making the wrong choices in life.

I'm gonna use the Valley of Drakes shortcut to skip some of the annoying parts, since I started out with the Master Key. That thing is almost as broken as sequence-breaking in Super Metroid. xd

It's fun if it's a game like Zelda, spending a few minutes in a single dungeon room figuring out a puzzle and feeling the sense of accomplishment when hearing that iconic puzzle solved jingle without looking it up. But not everyone really has the courage and patience to do the same in Dark Souls.

Even though I hear they're a nightmare to fight solo, I also hear they're a cakewalk if you do it in co-op. As usual, considering the copious amount of other games lately that are a million times easier if done in co-op.

Because it was my younger brother's PS3, and due to recent family complications (long story,) he moved out with my mother and took all his stuff, leaving only the systems he didn't play, like the Wii, Wii U, and Xbox One. The PC port of Dark Souls was really bad, but thanks to modders, there's a patch that fixes a lot of it's issues on PC like the capped render resolution of 1024x768. It also unlocks the framerate, and the game feels considerably more responsive when it's running at 60FPS, but I hear unlocking the framerate has the same kind of side effects as doing so in GTA: San Andreas, where it'll screw with the physics and stuff.

Eh, nothing much. Can't really watch anything if I'm on a metered connection right now. I have to take my laptop to the library and use their Wi-Fi just to download anything and watch stuff on YouTube. Once me, my brother, and my dad move out hopefully later this month, I'm definitely getting a network setup ASAP.
Lan Sukasa Report | 08/10/2015 3:24 pm
Lan Sukasa
Well, OctoCamo. I've officially decided to do something completely crazy, and that is giving Dark Souls another chance. Essentially, I'm getting my revenge on the game.

Ever since you talked to me about how I've been too hard on the game, I've been thinking maybe I was a bit too hard on the game. So I went ahead and dropped $10 on the newest Humble Bundle to get it on PC, since I had already gotten rid of my PS3 copy like, two days after Blighttown tore a new a*****e into me. And I don't have access to a PS3 anymore. But when I was getting into the game the first time, I really wanted to like it.

This time around, I'm gonna go with a proper build, but it's probably gonna be a super nooby build that'll allow me to stomp through the game with ease, mostly because in the utter failure of a first playthrough I did, I just dumped my souls into random stats thinking "if I had a ton of strength and endurance, I can totally dominate this game!" And then everything went downhill from there. I know the best way to enjoy Dark Souls is to dive into it blind and figure out strategies on your own, but I've already spoiled the entire game for me a long time ago, and I prefer not to die 65,536 times throughout the game. I am definitely gonna try to keep my cool as well, try not to ragequit or anything like that. But don't be surprised if I give up at Ornstein & Smough, because I've heard tons of horror stories about that boss fight.


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March 20th Nearly Perfect Solar Eclipse.Won't see a perfect one here in my lifetime.

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