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About Me


My name is Bad Player. Or at least, that's my username on this site. Feel free to call me by a nickname, if you wish. "BP", "Player", "Mr. Badplayyrolwheechoochootrainyumyumtacosomething"... It's all fine. (Yes, someone does refer to me by that last one.)

I thought I'd come here and hang out with people who are (hopefully) cool. I'm sure you like [U#1]'s games if you're here, and he has some relatively strict rules on this site, so I hope it will be what I expect.

So, about me... The other sections of the profile have covered a decent amount. Right now I'm studying economics. I can also play 4-6 instruments (depending on whether you treat closely-related instruments as different). その他に、日本語を勉強しています。 (I'm also studying Japanese.)

I like video games. A lot. Mostly RPGs and adventure games; I want an interesting plot with decent characters. Favorites include the Ace Attorney games (including, or rather especially, Gyakuten Kenji 2!), Hotel Dusk, Last Window, Trace Memory (aka Another Code), Professor Layton Series, Final Fantasy 6, Chrono Trigger, 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, The World Ends With You, Tales of Symphonia, Baten Kaitos Series, Super Smash Bros. Series, Zelda Series, Mario Franchise. I also like to play online games. Favorites in those include Tower of Heaven, Mardek, Sonny, Endeavor, and William & Sly.

I also like anime/manga, although I don't keep too up-to-date with it. I tend to like psychological and mystery ones, such as Liar Game, Monster, Gambling Emperor Legend Zero, and Detective Conan. And, completely different from everything on the list, I also like Kuragehime and anything by Hiro Mashima.

Also, since this is as good a place as any, I've created Ace Attorney fangames, being the obsessive nerd I am. You don't need to have played the Ace Attorney games to play them (although it'll be helpful). I don't think it's that hard to figure out, but... during investigations, run around talking to people and collecting relevant evidence. During court phases, any any questions/prompts given, and during cross-examinations find points in the testimony that contradict your given evidence, and present that evidence at the relevant statement. You may also sometimes have to press people for more information in order to get them to say something contradictory.
Turnabout Substitution: ∞ LINK ∞ It's a case that's supposed to be an 'extra case' for "Ace Attorney: Apollo Justice" in a similar vein to the "Rise of the Ashes" case of the first game. I wrote about 75% of the dialogue, and beta-tested and did some other odd jobs. It's about 7 hours long, and has a pretty crazy plot. It's been extremely well-received in the fan community. You'll have to download the game to run it.
Silence of the Turnabout: ∞ LINK ∞ This was a case that I made all by myself. It was supposed to be a case in someone else's multi-case fangame, but that game never got made, although this case did... It was voted "Best Trial of All-Time" by the community, but to be honest it hasn't aged well. Still a fun play, though. You can play it in-browser.
New Year's Turnabout: ∞ LINK ∞ This is a case that I co-made with the creator of Turnabout Substitution. We did it in a month and a half for a "New Generation"-themed case competition, which it won. This one is also played in-browser. A sequel is currently in development.
If you play any of these cases I'm sure you'll have a lot of fun, and it will totally make my day. If you're in the mood for a nice, interactive murder mystery... why not?

...Oh, and one other hobby I suppose I should mention: trolling. No, not the stupid, idiotic troll you see in most parts of the internet. I like to craft elegant trolls that you should have seen coming but don't, or ones that use the victim's own words and/or actions against them to disprove their point, not those trolls that brutishly push their victims to anger. If you play any of the three above fangames, you'll see exactly what type of trolling I like to do. (Oh, and I may be a troll, but I'm not a jerk. It may sound contradictory, but I make it work.)


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