Everyone and their mothers know about Comic Con. It gets brought up in pop culture a lot with shows like the Big Bang Theory. It is supported by a gigantic community of people. Even if you have been living under a rock, while in the Phoenix or San Diego area, you have to know about Comic Con. It is an amazing way for people who are passionate about different forms of entertainment, such as comics, games, shows, movies, etc., to get together and express themselves. Goods are sold, people dress up, competitions are held, games are played, parties are thrown, and there are panels of people. It really is a paradise for many. You might ask why I am bringing up Comic Con now. Well, I have made it my goal to cosplay this year and it be legit. I'm talking about making it look like I was a professional, or at least try to. Since I've been thinking a lot about this recently, it brought up some old memories I had when I attended in the past.
I was introduced into gaming at a very young age. Whether it was on the GameCube, the PS2 or the Wii I was enthralled. My love for gaming can be attributed to my loving and caring older brother. However, my beginning memories of gaming consistently followed the same pattern. I was always second player. No matter what we played, yours truly regularly occupied the second port.
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