I like duality.
Duality begins early in my life.
For beginners: I'm a Argentinian, living in Brazil. Both hate each other. Unfortunately I can't be just a Brazilian or just an Argentinian, so I had to love both or hate both. I choose the later (kiddin'
I try to be impartial).
I'm the one that in discussions, uses the most radical arguments. I like being polemic and disagreeing. When you disagree you cause discussions, that causes thinking, that causes new knowledges.
Disagree > Discussions > Thinking > New Knowledges > Maybe New Agreement (Maybe
Unfornately I can never agree with myself and change opinion fast, therefore I start a new discussion and I'm always forced to think about my beliefs, opinions, acts. I like thinking.
And I like games. So, we reach my favourite genre of games. Abstract Strategy Games. I love it! From the bottom of my heart.
Finishing this text: My avatar is a picture of my mind. Complex, Upside down, Confusing and Abstract.My Rating System
I only rate games I have ever played. My rating system takes in consideration two aspects:
A) my willlingness to play the game again: no discussing here
B) the excellence of the design: I don’t think I’m qualified enough to say what is good and what is bad, but I know what I THINK is good or bad (so take it with a grain of salt).
Throughout my ratings, one or another takes priority but are interwoven (for example, I might not think a game is groundbreaking, but it is enjoyable and plays fast so I rate it highly; sometimes I know the design is solid, but it’s not for me, then I rate it low).
My thresold rating number is 6, as to say, that’s my personal passing mark.
Go is the only game I rate a 10, that’s more for the design’s qualities than my willingness to play it.
I’m willing to give another chance to games on 4.http://s09.flagcounter.com/more/rwd/