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
Dating all the way back to 2014 (as far as I can remember that is), I’d been confronted by close-blood relatives about the subject of marriage in a cycle of protracted conversations, which I was partially accountable for dragging myself into; the most recent of them involved a one on one session between my 2nd brother and I in 2016.
Having been overwhelmed by these protracted conversations about marriage, I metaphorically learned what it was like to be Street Fighter series character, Sagat having their chest scarred by a Metsu Shoryuken. I was infuriated but at the same time, garnered strength from that anger by talking relatively little about marriage in the presence of close-blood relatives.
Q: What’s the difference between a Republican elephant and the Pokemon, Phanpy?
A: One’s a red elephant and the other is a blue elephant!
As a videogamer that has lived in Virginia, there’s too many things at stake in the State’s 2017 gubernatorial elections and one of those things are GameStop employees; accounting how local GameStop employees have made the sacrifice to service me videogame products for +10 years, it’s only fair to repay the debt and this gubernatorial election season is the opportunity to do that.
This Presidential election season was a joke and I’m happy it’s over because the variety of Presidential choices were of lesser quality than the variety of videogame choices at a GameStop store; politics (at least on the federal level) in this country [United States of America] has been as bankrupt as Midway Games.
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!