The reason I would never quit is because it's how I'm built. I didn't train for it. It's who I am. I've learned to respect people that do quit. One upon a time... I didn't. It's a lesson I learned from experiencing other people's pain and one that I needed to learn.
Going from 500-5K followers I knew at that point I must be doing something right. DOA5 tournament write-ups and the hype of DOA6 was a lot of fun to report and I think that is where my foundation started, but the reality is that it was the hair service that helped put me over. It was so bittersweet to me that a negative news post is what elevated me, but I try to let my passion and love for DOA shine through that.
Bayonetta 3 - I can't believe I'm saying this, but I'm disappointed. Wasn't up to my standard of the first two and I really think that the Switch is starting to show its age. Haven't been a big fan of the Switch as of late.