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This is my favorite post ever. I’m not sure I’ve ever read something as good as this one. What’s even better is the fact that it’s not the usual crap that the internet has to offer. It’s actually really good advice that you can apply to your own life as well.
It is a shame that austin gossett is no longer around, but I have to admit that this post was worth the read.
This is a very special post that I just got. I think its one of the most relatable and inspirational posts on here. This guy is my hero and I am proud to be able to call him my friend. I am a HUGE fan of austin gossett and I love all his writings (not just about gaming), but this one especially made me cry.
I am actually kind of surprised that it is all the more meaningful. I have never really thought of myself as a gamer. I don’t even play games that much, but I always have been. And when I read this, it made me think of all the times I have spent time with austin, and then the way his game reviews are usually so insightful and well worth reading.
He has a blog, and he is best known for his reviews of games, but he is also one of the most eloquent writers on the subject. If you enjoyed this video, you should check out his blog, AustinGossett.com.
It is worth knowing that austin, who has a blog, is now a columnist for the UK’s The Guardian. It is a position he has held since he first got involved with games, in the early 2000s. It is not just that he is a good writer but that he is one of the most intelligent voices on games. There is also a lot of interesting stuff on his blog.
Although he started out as an indie game designer, and later became a full-time freelance writer, he has a deep understanding of the subject matter that leads to a very informative and entertaining take on the entire subject. He may not be a big name, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a lot of experience in the field. We love him.
Austin has experience with indie games, but he is also an avid gamer himself, and after watching the indie gaming community grow, he became one of their leaders. He is always willing to share his knowledge on the subject at hand, and does a nice job of making the indie community more “professional” than it already is. Austin does some of the best work on the net, and you can’t help but love him for it.
Austin is a huge fan of indie games, and often works on IndieDB and his own website which is full of indie game reviews and announcements. He is also active on Reddit, and frequently makes a post on that board. Some of the best discussions about indie games are on this board.
Austin is the man behind the great IndieDB.com. He created the site in 1995, and has been a big supporter of indie games ever since. He’s actually the man behind the man behind the man, and if you’re a fan of indie games, you should check out his site.