This September  will be the 10th year anniversary of my inauguration as a Langley High School freshman, so I decided to commemorate this event through a series of humorously videogamerish narrative about the public institution and this series is a wordplay on the following videogames:
- Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles
- Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles
Q: What’s the difference between a horror videogame and the Bush/Cheney administration?
A: A horror videogame doesn’t sugarcoat torture!
Q: What’s the difference between Umbrella Corporation and the US Supreme Court?
One of them selected Albert Wesker and the other selected George W Bush!
If you’ve read my gaming blog before, you most likely have foreknowledge of what’s my favorite horror videogame series; that being said, I’ve decided to provide old and new readers a public record of how I started to play horror-themed videogames:
Back in 2001, mom got my 2nd brother and I a horror-tinged, Action-Adventure game for PlayStation 2 as a gift. More precisely, the videogame in question was Resident Evil Code: Veronica X; as an elementary school student living in Virginia at that time, I was coincidentally exposed to the horrific scenario of a Supreme Court-selected President of the United States of America. Granted, this political scenario merely expanded my pre-existing curiousity about horror-themed videogames as my elementary school years involved a convergence of both my passion for politics and videogames.
At the moment, I’m developing a videogame test project titled as OTS_ResidentEvilTest via Unreal Engine 4; the ‘OTS’ acronym stands for ‘Over The Shoulder’ as this project will use an auto-adjusted 3rd-person camera; when the test project is completed, I will make a playable demo and have that publicized for downloadability.
Q: What’s the difference between Albert Wesker and George W. Bush?
A: One mislead people into a mansion and the other mislead people into Iraq!