When I was still a young lad, my parents bought an NES for my sister and me. I saw more use out of the system then my sister ever would, and it plunged me into the wonderful world of gaming. Even though I played both Dragon Warrior and the original Final Fantasy, it wasn't until a trip to the video store a few years later when I rented a little gem called Final Fantasy II that my love for RPGs was born. I was quickly fascinated by the stories they told and the hours of game time they provided. I did my best to play every last one I could get my grubby young hands on. Good, bad, weird, it didn't matter to me; I wanted to play them all. Any info I could get on them was like gold, and when the internet started to become a big thing and I heard you could play RPGs with other people, I nearly fainted. The passion has never faded, and to this day I still love playing them all.
When not playing RPGs, I love old school twitch shooters and point and click adventure games. I'll buy just about anything that looks good on Steam, and like many others, my wallet cries every holiday season. I still have games on my account that I haven't had the chance to play yet, but I am getting around to them.
I was born and raised in New York City, and throughout college, I wanted to take my love for writing and games and mash them together. Unfortunately, life had other plans for me, but thankfully I have a great chance here at RPGFan to work on an old passion of mine. Outside of games, I enjoy sports, especially baseball (Go Yankees!), skiing and swimming. Nothing beats hanging out on the beach in the summer, listening to the ball game on the radio and playing your favorite mobile RPG.