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Oculin, known in the realm of the living as Benjamin Toy Yoder, is a college student majoring in journalism and professional writing. He likes to pretend to be a vidjya game journalist and, at the very least, has successfully tricked a few people into believing him, landing him gigs at VGChartz, Classic Game Room Empire and TheSpeedGamers.

Digging for gems in unknown or poorly received titles is what Oculin games for. He places a large emphasis on entertainment, rather than just polish. He also has an unhealthy interest in creepy Japanese idol games, despite never playing one.

Anime, visual novels and manga are also hobbies of his, although he is incredibly picky and very rarely takes recommendations.
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The actual piece is in within the video.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDl1ercnAxs

Carrier is a 2000s Dreamcast survival horror title developed and published by Jaleco. The survival horror title was one of the first 3D titles in the genre .There was a planned PS2 sequel that was later canceled.

I apologize for some of the darker scenes. I tried to brighten it, but it didn't do much.
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