anonymousmiku5014 karma2021-11-10 19:01:17 UTC
Hi, Todd. You probably don’t remember me, but when I was 13 I wrote a letter to Bethesda Game Studios talking about how I lost one of my parents and how playing your games inspired me to pursue a career in game development later in life. Bethesda sent a letter back with a bunch of merchandise, including a Fallout 4 guide you signed, which made my entire year. As of right now, I’m in college for game development, but I’ve had to deal with some great struggles. I now have lost both of my parents, and I have been living on my own since age 16. I’m wondering if you can give me any advice or motivation. Did you face any significant struggles in your quest to become a game developer? How were you able to persevere?
Thank you so much again for inspiring me, and thank you so much for the gift (I don’t need a sweetroll or anything like that. Your response means enough to me)
Here is proof for anyone wondering: https://imgur.com/a/lhjKS
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anonymousmiku443 karma2021-11-10 19:43:49 UTC
I meant so from your perspective I guess... What was the most difficult thing for you to overcome, and how did you?
Thank you so much for replying... To be honest I thought it was impossible... But this proves that I should stop having such a negative look on things.
anonymousmiku6 karma2021-11-10 19:19:03 UTC
I'm failing college, at this point I'm desperate and just him reading this comment would maybe help me persevere but I know it's not likely and I know my luck was a one time thing
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