Well, I just realized you had an intro forum, so I'll write myself a lil' intro:
I go my DarknessSavior or RazielDarkheart, but my real name is Matt, so feel free to call me Matt if you wish. I've been playing games for most of my life, starting in the NES era. In terms of hacking, I just started screwing around with things over the summer, having no previous experience in most things involving complex computer languages (unless HTML/CGI count). I haven't released anything yet, I'm trying to find a game that is fun and/or interesting to do my first NES translation hack with a friend or two of mine. However, everytime I find one, I find out later that most of them have already been done (or that I'll have my hands full with ASM problems).
My first pet project was editing Chrono Trigger, and I'll probably release a patch for it soon, once I try and work out a few of the bugs. It's nothing extravagant yet, but I hope it will be in the future.
In terms of anything else, I'm a music junkie (both videogame and otherwise, but more of the later). I go to University of Michigan - Dearborn, majoring in Psychology (though I plan on getting a BA in Music after I graduate). I play guitar and sing, as well as playing various brass instruments, and I can compose my own stuff (though not as well as some, =P). Been into anime/manga for about 8 years now, but nothing too extensive, many of the "popular" series: Dragon Ball, Sailor Moon, Naruto, Escaflowne, and such. But I have picked up a few that many people don't know about: Record of Lodoss War, Guyver, etc.
Because of my interest in Videogames and Anime, I've found myself loving most things Japanese. So, over the summer I started teaching myself (through books I got at my local library) Japanese. That isn't going as fast as one would hope, but Niahak linked me to "Slime Forest", and now I can at least recognize most Kana and SOME Kanji. Translating them is another story.
I think thats plenty. =D