Legacy is a passion project set up to document as much of the video games industry and the people who work within it as possible.
While of course we want to cover all the latest and greatest games and the greats of the past we also want to cover the obscure and interview those that often don't get the credit they deserve.
It's not just the big games or the big names that created or sustain this great industry it's also every indie game or every person behind the scenes that works just as hard to bring a game to life.
My Name is Michael (Legacy Smikey)
At the time this website launched (June 4th 2018) I'm a 38 year old farther of 4 who has spent almost his entire life playing video games.
I've been told i'm almost certainly on the autistic spectrum by a specialist doctor who diagnosed 2 of my kids as being so.
I have very little desire for social interaction have an amazingly small group of friends and spent vast amounts of my life (pre kids) playing video games.
They were't just my hobby or even my escape but in many difficult periods of my life they were the only thing that kept me going.
I have almost completely written my own autobiography, more as a self reflection for my own issues than anything else but it's possible it could turn up on here at some point.
Should that day ever arrive I must give some advance warning it's brutally honest and includes some occasionally singing sheep!
As I write this Legacy doesn't have a single contributor (because the website isn't live yet)
I accept the fact that Legacy might never have more than a handful of dedicated contributors and it's entirely possible the site could go for years and years without anyone adding any form of contribution.
Legacy will grow and move from strength to strength with the help of contributors that is simply a fact the more information we gather and the more opinions and media we share the more diverse the whole thing will become.
Legacy will continue to grow and evolve throughout the years no matter how many or how few contributions we receive.
We do hope however that you'll stop by from time to time and make this project even better with your input.