No bio is needed... yet.
Well, it's been a while since I've posted anything online--particularly in the empty blog section of my own ModDB page--so I guess I'll go ahead and post something here. It's been a long year, especially during the long, brain-scorchingly hot North Texas summer, and so far, a lot's happened, and a lot of nothing has happened, all at the same time. There's a new slew of new games coming out, including a new Call of Duty (which I'm hopeful for and simultaneously skeptical of) and Battlefield (which I'm positively AMPED for), and, to be honest, I'm very excited, but at the same time, I feel rather uneasy, especially regarding new multiplayer and even new campaign-based titles coming out. The games, themselves, look amazing in their own unique ways, but still, my uneasiness happens to extend from the fact that in almost all the new releases, some part of them, however minute, happens to be gated off behind some kind of price wall. I won't speak of that any further.
In another area, I've recently returned to college for about the fourth-to-fifth year in a row, and learned some new stuff, plus got the ability to put some of my learn'd skills so far to the test and honestly, the results were excellent. Overall, I've had some pretty good times so far... even though, mixed in more often than I'd like, I've also had some pretty bad times lately, too. You take the good with the bad, I suppose. Between bizarre schedules, financial fiascoes, odd class occupancies, and general off-the-wall strangeness, this current semester of college has been interesting from the start up until now, but definitely not in the way I'd have preferred. I'll make it through, but man, things have been uncomfortably weird so far.
So, basically, my current state of affairs at the present are pretty mixed. I can't really complain too much about a lot of what's happened, but then again, I can't exactly wax lyrical about too many things lately, either.
Wishing you readers well, this is