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I started editing on PCGamingWiki to introduce cosmetic improvements and help other players find out whether a game supports specific hardware or features. I have an [[Glossary:Ultra-widescreen|ultrawide]] monitor and [[Glossary:Surround sound|5.1 speakers]], so a lot of my edits reflect my experience with them.
 
I started editing on PCGamingWiki to introduce cosmetic improvements and help other players find out whether a game supports specific hardware or features. I have an [[Glossary:Ultra-widescreen|ultrawide]] monitor and [[Glossary:Surround sound|5.1 speakers]], so a lot of my edits reflect my experience with them.
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Latest revision as of 17:06, 22 September 2021

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I've been playing PC games since the early 90s, starting from Scorched Earth, The Lost Vikings, Commander Keen, Dangerous Dave and tens of other games mostly known as platformers. I did not get a better PC until the beginning of the 2000s, and my first game on the Pentium was Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed. That was followed by Nox and Diablo II becoming a large part of my life.

In the present, I'm mostly into cinematic and highly narrative-driven experiences and leaning towards high-budget AAA titles that are likely to feature state-of-the-art graphics and well-developed storytelling.

If I were challenged to choose just one developer or publisher whose games I would play, I'd probably choose Ubisoft. My most favorite game is Rocksmith 2014, and I've really enjoyed Ubi's open-world games such as The Division, The Crew, Steep, Far Cry 3 and of course my favorite Assassin's Creed series.

I started editing on PCGamingWiki to introduce cosmetic improvements and help other players find out whether a game supports specific hardware or features. I have an ultrawide monitor and 5.1 speakers, so a lot of my edits reflect my experience with them.