Need for Speed: ProStreet Discussion
You don't have to be good at a game to be a hardcore fan. I used to suck so badly at Halo and now I'm only about average but I love that game and have read all the books. I'm nowhere near an expert player but I do consider myself a hardcore Halo fan.
I know. I'm a hardcore fan because I've been following the series since the 5th game in, NFS Porsche 2000. Oddly enough that was one of my first ever video games, and I loved it. I've bought every game on release day, regardless of previews and reviews. I buy an NFS game because of the name. The brand. Not because it's a good game or not. I actually set aside a sum of money every year just for the NFS game. That, I think, is the work of a hardcore fan.
And as for Halo, I'm about where you are, although I do find Legendary getting easier and easier... however, I love the books, I love the game, and I'm sure as hell looking forward to the film.)
I love the art. I absolutely love it. And since I can't drift in real life (i don't have a license yet), I find other methods of doing it off the road, mainly video games, and oddly enough, when I'm bored on the track, I try to flick karts sideways. It doesn't work...
But anyways, I put in 200% of my normal effort when it comes to drifting. I reckon that if you love something, pursue it, by any means. Dedicate yourself to it. That's how I've become a "pro" at drifting in the virtual world, and it's pretty much how I live my life, whether it be work, exams, hobbies, interests and even my love life. My dedication to drifting reflects portions of my life. You can see elements of me in my work, such as my FAQs and posts like these.
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