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Let's Play!

Last Saturday, I had an unexpected visitor; at least I never expected him to come :P
Nik, a friend of mine from INTEC, came to my house for one and only one reason:
To try the guitar controller for guitar hero at his laptop

Nik playing Guitar Hero at my house

Unfortunately, the guitar controller (gc) couldn't be used for the laptop..maybe some connection problems
But fortunately for him, since I don't play Guitar Hero on my PS2 so often at home, I let him borrow my PS2 with the gc with him~
Ain't I'm nice? :p
Well, his house is only at Subang Jaya, so I can take it back anytime I want~~
Why we shouldn't be generous to our friends? :)
Actually I'm happy since there is someone who has the hobby as mine :D

This might not known to many, but I brought a TV and PS2 set to my room in Cendana :p
Two weeks before summer semester ended, Nik always come to my room to play Guitar Hero
There are lot of my friends who came to play too:)

Summer semester is really short and class hours too
After class, most student don't have anything to do, many of them went out to maybe Sunway Pyramid, Jusco Bukit Raja or anywhere to kill their time and boredom
And those who didn't go out usually sleep in their room
Rather than wasting time sleeping or wondering on what to do, isn't good to gather and do something together?
That's the reason I brought my PS2~
Bringing PS2 didn't bring many different as bringing our laptop to play games, right?

Even the ATUSA President plays Guitar Hero


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