Wow, if that is real (somehow I'm disbelieving) that's really good!
I'd really like to see some pics of him playing...(you must have a functional digital camera some where???)
*sigh* Kids are getting an earlier start than ever. Sending kids to preschool at 1, going to elementary school at 4, high school by age 9, college by the time the kid is a teenager...
I just think it is kind of ridiculous that a kid that young (2) is allowed to play video games, let alone an FPS. Maybe because I was raised a different way. I wasn't allowed access to a computer until I was 6 or 7, when my dad had his old Pentium I 75Mhz. I played some pretty basic games, but I never pwned at anything. I remember playing Rally Championship
and Raptor: Call of the Shadows
and card games such as Hearts, Spades, Euchre, and FreeCell. I remember we used to have a great PC game with all the Card games but I uninstalled it and we didn't have a CD
heh oops... My dad let my play video games because he thought it would make me happy. He never bought any game consoles because he liked the versatility of PC's. He didn't like the idea of buying a console just so I could play games.
Then I got my own computer when I was 10. A Pentium I 200Mhz. Again, I played some old games...nothing much....
I then built my own PC when I was 13, the one I still have right now. The one in my sig. I got a few games for it, but my dad wouldn't buy me video games any more. He said that I have to buy my own and that he didn't like the time I spent playing games (I didn't even play that much, maybe 6 hours a week). And he limited me on lots of things, but I played games in secret...
So when I got a job at 17(as in 5 months ago lol), I bought my first game console, the Game Cube. I got a few games for it and loved it. My dad seemed kind of angry though...So I guess I'm a late bloomer...except for the fact that I'm average at lots of the games I play...*cries*
And about that Chinese people starting early thing, that's not always true. I'm Chinese, and I never got an early start on anything. Nothing, zip.
So yeah, congrats on nurturing your kid up to that level. Continue to do that and he will be the next #1 gamer in the world! lol