This week we highlight, Jeff, of TORWars.com. We find that Jeff loves misspelled Atari games, roasted Jawas, and zombies.
Comments and more after the jump…
Q: What was your first video game obsession?
A: I had an Atari when I was young – so pretty much every game on that. Also, my dad had an Apple II, then an Apple IIc (major upgrade), and I remember playing an RPG called “Odyssey: The Compleat Apventure” (and yes, that’s spelled correctly) when I was a kid on that. Freakin’ awesome. I even remember some of the bugs in that game.
A: Roast Jawa. I know it’s fattening, but it’s delicious.
A: Our family is actually very religious. We spent most of Sunday at our local temple worshiping Cthulhu (like all right minded people should be doing).
A: Mass Effect 2. Based on the way mi esposa replays that thing, that game is evidently crack.
A: Left 4 Dead and LFD2 – I know their a few years old, but I just recently got around to playing them. I’d give both a nice thumbs up, because shooting zombies in the face is good fun.
A: The Walking Dead, because the first season rocked. (I’m becoming concerned that this interview is developing some sort of undead theme.)
A: The Yub Nub song, sung by the Ewoks at the end of The Return of the Jedi. That song is an unrecognized classic.
A: I’m sorry, I was picking my nose. Could you repeat the question?
A: I was 12 and went to see Star Wars with my neighbors and friends. The line went completely around the movie theater – Star Wars mania was totally taking over, and this was the very beginning of it. Very cool.
A: Badly gimped because I have no idea what I’m doing.
BONUS QUESTION: What is your catch phrase?
A: “What could possibly go wrong?”
Thank you, Jeff, for being such a great sport and sharing with us!