Born somewhere in the north of Spain, an only child of a couple of parents that say "no" as often as they say "yes", I don't think I've ever been denied something that I really wanted or was important for me, neither I've to ever share anything with anyone. I'm selfish, I know it and I don't care about it, that along with some rooted arrogance that shows around on its own will, would be my biggest flaw. Oh, I also often fail at getting double meanings and sarcasm unless it's blatantly obvious. Consider yourselves warned.
My first console/computer was a Sinclair ZX Spectrum that my father got from Heaven's know where. My first game was one which showed a plain square with few openings on its sides, the openings varied in number and position, some where doors that leaded to another room, others were windows that leaded to an immediate death. The main character was a princess and the player's objective was to get her out of the "castle" where she was... For some reason I kept throwing her off the windows, it wasn't intentional, I swear. My next console was a NES which I burned down by playing a soccer game and the first Final Fantasy which I loved to bits until it got so worn out that it wouldn't save any more game plays.
After that I danced around with many consoles and games but never again came close to a Final Fantasy until Final Fantasy VII was released. By then my memory of the first Final Fantasy was fuzzy not remembering at all its name, only the times I played with it and the stories I created in my mind while doing so due the lack of the character's background story. Because of this I basically didn't connect the new Final Fantasy to that game I had loved so much and instead I got the idea that it was a 3-D fighting game similar to Street Fighter. Don't ask how I got that idea, the stupid TV ads made it seem like that (and like that Barret had something going on with Jenova). I ignored the game until I got to see someone playing it at the mall, realizing that it had nothing to do with Street Fighter and that even if it was a seventh game it followed no previous storyline I decided to get it. That was when I came in contact once more with the Final Fantasy series and I haven't lost contact with it again since then.
I've played many games of many genres but without fail the only ones that keep getting my attention are the ones from Final Fantasy. No matter how many times I play them, no matter how old they are, they keep getting me fascinated as if it was the first time I played them. I've completed every game of the main series at least twice and most of the "spin-offs" and related games, the only ones I've not played are the ones from GameCube and mobile phones, but I'm not giving up on playing them.