11-20-2012 03:53 PM
This is a great way to bring attention to the PlayStation Meets the Blog. I am not a big blogger, and I am sure there are others, like me, out here in the regular Forum.
Not to mention, the prospect of a $50 PSN card is quite enticing as well.
For anyone who is interested, I have written My PlayStation Story. Please read if you want, and by all means, provide comments if necessary.
11-20-2012 04:07 PM
Once upon a time, i wanted to play some PS3 really bad when i was grounded, so i ened up taking my PS3 from my dads room where he hid it and started playing it. when my dad got home from work he found out and saw me playing some CoD and raged so he grabbed my PS3 and "threw it on the ground"(quote from threw it on the ground) he ened up having to buy me a new one with more hardrive and bought me the Playstation Move with the new PS3 as well!
Hope i win the 50$
11-20-2012 08:54 PM - edited 11-20-2012 08:54 PM
Well, I have the original (fat) 60GB PS3 and it has the yellow light of death. Been watching it stay off for the past 6 months. Hoping to get a job and get it repaired. So maybe if I win I could use that voucher toward purchasing Black Ops 2 (If that's possible?). I tried.
11-20-2012 09:12 PM
In the Spring of 2010, I was unemployed and finding it difficult to remember what it felt like to be good at something. As with other times in my life, I took refuge in PS3 gaming: This time, I was given a gift—Red Dead Redemption (RDR), to occupy my mind when I wasn’t searching for a job. I quickly got drawn into the world of John Marston. Although my self-esteem was low, it felt good to at least succeed in the virtual world and try to live by a code. I found myself grateful to have a game so immersive that I was momentarily able to forget about my troubles. Due to embarrassment, I was also a bit of a shut-in and went days where my only human contact was with the on-line community that revolved around RDR. I eventually found employment and will always be grateful for having such an epic game to help keep my mind off my mounting frustration. RDR, and my PS3, gave me a chance to actually win at something, and gain friends along the way. I eventually found employment and will forever be thankful to have such a good game, and gaming community, to get me through. Whenever I hear the song “Far Away” I am reminded of some tough times that should never be forgotten.
11-20-2012 09:36 PM
11-20-2012 10:27 PM
I bought my BO2 on the realease date and i was so excited on it, but then my dad said that he will get my ps3 next black friday since then ihave been so excited to play it, i think he troll me beside he is trying to save some money nice one dad but remember once i get my ps3 there wont be a force to get me out of the tv, not even my precal homework.
i'll be playing vita until then.