Please note: If you are not a big gaming nerd, ampoule then this post may not mean a whole hell of a lot to you.
The other night I was picking up some stuff at Best Buy, viagra when I saw one of the coolest things ever.
I saw this game, sitting on the shelf. I’m a not huge military game fanboy, it’s not getting stellar reviews, and I don’t even own a PSP. So why am I so excited about this game?
I helped make it.
For the past year I’ve been going in to work every morning helping to build a small Central American country so that Captain Scott Mitchell can run amok shooting guerrillas.
Since I got out of the service I have bounced across the country a few times, gone to three different colleges, and basically busted my butt to get to this point. Now, I have a video game out.
I had previously done some low level scutt work on Brothers in Arms. Thanks to me, when someone in France plays it, the French translation has a correct lip sync. Bah, if the French wanted to play WWII video games, they should have fought in it.
Well this time I helped a bit on the initial design and did a lot of the level design and construction. By the end I was responsible for about a third of the levels.
So I’m pretty psyched. It’s kind of like how I felt when I graduated from Airborne school, except a hell of a lot less tired.