Gaming is Life


I’ve been fighting hordes of demons and the undead since 1995, known as Doomguy. Begun Zerg-rushing in the late 1990’s. Enjoyed RPG and being a counter-terrorist in the early 2000’s. But around 2015 I’ve decided to hop on a cruiser and venture in outer space, as Ecstasy Jane. A  Minmatar that specialise in projectile weapons. I enjoy doing solo L3’s and fly even when it’s 21 jumps away from home but I also find it fun being in a fleet with capsulers from different race. In rust we trust!


  1. DOTA 2
    According to Steam, I’ve played 2,449 hours since I got the game. It is the successor to the original Dota and features polished graphics, smooth gameplay, and an excellent amount of variety (heroes, game modes, and skins). Proud Na’Vi here!
  2. EVE Online
    It is an MMORPG of a different stripe from World of Warcraft. There are no orcs, no magical powers, no fantasy setting. This game takes place in a galaxy at the other end of the Universe, where, thousands of years from now, humanity has come to inhabit. I’m big when it comes to celestial objects and phenomena and when a friend introduced me to this game (like he bought me an account so I had no choice but to play lol), I’ve been hooked.
    I have a love-hate relationship with this game. I hate it because at some point I got addicted to it that I HAD to sell my account (Garena PH server).
  4. PUBG
    It is one of the most irresistibly unique shooters on Steam. When I booted up PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for the first time, it didn’t hit me at first. But as I kept playing the game, I realized what it was: complete, unadulterated, hand-wringing exhilaration.  For me, it is one of the best games I’ve ever played.
    Few modern shooters can match the heart-pounding exhilaration and immense strategic depth Siege achieves with its PvP. With no respawns, no regenerating health, and only five players per team, every life suddenly feels meaningful and precious (though you can still monitor security cameras and communicate with your team in death). Especially the newly released Zombie mode is such a pain in the butt.  In short, RS:Siege is more challenging compared to other FPS and by far my favorite.