Maybe. (As seen on Gridskipper.)
(We reviewed Star Control 2 back in Episode 2.)
The first episode of the Gameshelf that I've seen was Episode #2 - Space Games. In that episode, they talked about Star Control II (aka The Ur-Quan Masters) and that is one of my favorite games of all time so I sent an e-mail to Jmac about how Toys for Bob announced that they would like to make a new Star Control with Activision. After that e-mail, Jmac and his crew went on to talk about different themes such as war games, tile games, hidden roles, and of course Star Control and TFB's desire to make a new Star Control game! That was awesome!
I have a GameCube, Wii, Xbox (original), Nintendo DS, a ThinkPad laptop and I will be getting a new computer next week. I like third-person and first-person action games, however, my first love was the science fiction and role playing games such as Star Control, Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale, Warcraft, Starcraft, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound and Super Mario RPG. Since I got my DS, I've been playing lots of puzzle games such as Picross DS (especially online), EXIT DS (released only in Japan, but I got a copy), Neves (simplified version of tangrams), and Tetris.
I live all the way in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, and yes it is winter right now; there was a snowstorm today, and I have to shovel the snow in my driveway in a few hours.
I am in my third and final year of my Computer Science Technology studies in Sheridan College; I know some SQL, Java, C and C#. It's a really complex course, and I still survive to this day.
So, that's basically who I am and the types of games that I like. Hopefully, if I'm not too busy with my classes, I'll write some game reviews of some weird games, and even mention a joke or two.