The first video game I remember playing was Mario on a knock-off console. I was terrible at it, I sucked. I always got to play as Luigi because my death would always be imminent. I barely managed to clear the first stage. I was content watching others clear level after level. I sucked at everything I played, be it Contra or Battle Tanks. Around teenage, something changed though. Drastically. I got better at playing. I played Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament when they were released, and came as demos with a local computer magazine. I was hooked. I was obsessed to the point that I my first lucid dream handling the rocket launcher from UT. Since then, I've been a fan of the medium. These days, I appreciate the indie games that being something radically different and I enjoy the creativity of it.