Hello there, player!
My name is A.I. Sajib and I blog primarily on AIS Journal. I’ve been playing games since I was a kid. My gaming life started with 16-bit SEGA Mega Drive on an old television. However, I didn’t get to continue gaming due to the lack of any computer at home.
Later in life, I managed to buy a computer, but it was good enough only for low-resource games. I still tried to play whatever games my subsequent laptops were able to run. I’m a fan of slow-paced FPS (think Far Cry instead of Call of Duty Multiplayer) and I like doing story-driven missions (single player campaign) more than multiplayer missions. It’s mostly because I like being part of a story and not in a battle between known and unknown people online.
Right now, I own a PlayStation 4. I have a PS3 too, but who plays on PS3 when you have a PS4? 😛 PC gaming master racers may start hating me now, but I don’t care. To me, like I said already, gaming is all about experiencing and exploring the story. 30 frames per second and lower-than-on-a-PC graphics quality never bothered me at all. Plus, I love being able to just put the disc into the console and start playing without having to worry about configuring settings for optimum performance. But that’s just me.
So what is this site for, exactly?
During the month of November, I started participating in NaBloPoMo what is known as National Blog Posting Month. It’s a derivative of insanely popular NaNoWrMo which stands for National Novel Writing Month. The idea of NaBloPoMo is to write at least one post every day throughout the month of November.
I’m still participating on that in my other blog, but I discovered that a lot of my posts were about gaming. And my audience for that blog wasn’t exactly interested in reading about video games on a constant basis. So, I figured, what the heck! I’d just open a new blog on the subdomain and start posting my gaming rants.
So, that is what this site is about. I’ll be posting gaming rants here, my progress through various games that I play on a regular basis, what I think about the games that I play, deal and discount alerts, and pretty much everything you can expect about gaming, but from a personal perspective (as opposed to, say, a media perspective).