Q: What does "FAQ" stand for?
A: It stands for "Frequently Asked Questions." It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure that one out.
Q: Do people actually ask these questions frequently?
A: No, most people are too stupid to ask questions.
Q: Are you going to add more questions here?
A: I might do that. I may also change the current questions. I'll try and keep this thing updated. If I feel like it, that is.
Q: Who are you and where do you live?
A: I'm a human being and I live on planet Earth.
Q: Why do you hate me so much?
A: Because you're an idiot.
Q: Why am I an idiot?
A: That's a fairly good question.
Q: What is your website about?
A: My site that happens to be on the world wide web is primarily about classic or retro video games. I review them and all that. I sometimes review new ones and write game related articles, too. I have lofty plans for this place, just so you know.
Q: Why did you create this website?
A: This website was originally inspired by an older one that went by the name of The Cult of Kefka. I learned the basics from a short html tutorial on that site and then went on to create my own page. The rest is history.
Q: Why should I visit your site?
A: If you're at all into video games, then I don't see why not. You may even find this place helpful if you're not too familiar with older games.
Q: Will I still like your site even if I don't play video games?
A: I doubt it. I might expand the focus of this site in the future, so perhaps it'll cater to your interests then.
Q: Do you pay for hosting?
A: No, I don't. This site doesn't generate any income, and I'm not going to waste money hosting this thing just so people can stare at my text.
Q: Did you design this site yourself?
A: Yes, I did. I continue to tinker with it from time to time.
Q: What do you use to create the graphics on your site?
A: I use Photoshop almost exclusively.
Q: What do you use to code your site?
A: I do all of my coding in Notepad++. Dreamweaver is for chumps.
Q: Do you take all the screen shots yourself?
A: Yes, I do. I like to keep them consistent in size and quality, as well as being able to control the content within the screen shots.
Q: What do you use to take screen shots?
A: It's a secret.
Q: Do you complete all games before reviewing them?
A: No, but I do complete most of them. There will be cases when I can't bring myself to finish certain games. In such cases, I'll at least play enough of the game to put out a quality review.
Q: Do you finish games to 100% completion?
A: It depends on the game, how much I like it, and how much of a tall order it is to get to 100%. In general, if I really like a game and it doesn't take that much longer to get 100%, then I'll go for it. However, in some cases, I won't even go for it on games I like. It just comes down to how time consuming it is to achieve 100%.
Q: I don't like the way you write reviews, or the way you write in general.
A: That's not a question, Einstein.