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Introductions are in order.
Jan 25th, 2008 at 11:24pm
 
Since I did not see a board for this, I thought I would give a bit of an intro.

Hello everyone,I am the fresh meat here, quite new as it is put. My name as it is above, you can call me Ryu. I am 20 this year,and I have a fond interest in games, or an obsession. I have a horrible reputation for beating games 100% of the way in just two days up until a week. Said games usually take people months to complete.  Ah, yes, I also have the addiction to ramen,and other foodstuffs. I have no real life outside of games,and planning to be a tester and all. I spend half my time bug/gremlin hunting in games for random open beta games,and the other half at work or asleep. Well that was windy,in short. Nice to meet you all.
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Re: Introductions are in order.
Reply #1 - Feb 13th, 2008 at 9:57am
 
Welcome to the board. Smiley I hope you stick around. It seems we have plenty of people who come for a week or two and never return. Things have been kind of dead here as a result. I'd certainly like to see some board revival and start developing a small community here. I used to have a nice little community here. Then, it seemed after I created ROMhacking.net, it really took a dive and never really recovered.  Some people make the effort for new topics and are disappointed when hardly anyone responds. Sad

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Reply #2 - Aug 31st, 2008 at 3:00am
 
Hi! Another fresh meat. I'm Russian, I'm about 40 years (in both cases I'm not kidding at all!). 'Russian' means not simply my nationality, but citizenship and residence too.
And I'm disabled amateur philologist... and old-school hardcore gamer... and console/emulation fan (in fact, a game maniac!  Grin).

I wish I were such a good translator as Nightcrawler!

And I am not, alas...  Cry My English is very bad, it rather resembles 'pigeon English', ain't it?..  Grin Because my English is passive, ... i.e. I can decently understand that great language, but when it comes to formulate English sentences by myself, at my own risk... ooooppss... the results usually are quite pathetic.

But I must confirm that most times, I do rather well translating from English (or French, or Bulgarian) into RussianEmbarrassed So, I'm not a stranger to the art of translation (I mean fiction texts).

My dream is to become Russian writer, and (in addition) translator of foreign fiction books  and/or  computer/video  games.
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Reply #3 - Jan 15th, 2009 at 11:02pm
 
Greetings and salutations. I have been around for quite some time, but I have not always been around.  I was prone to year long leaves, but things are more steady.

Good to meet new persons.
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