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 rather strange and creepy Japanese games, like Dream C Club.
Animu, visual novels and mango are also hobbies of Oculin, although he is incredibly picky and very rarely takes recommendations.
In short, Oculin is a weeaboo in denial.
Oculin wrote his first review in 2008 and has been writing video game related content ever since, including reviews, news stories, editorials and more. He started working at Default Prime and TheSpeedGamers (volunteer) as a news blogger and video game reviewer in 2009. He was promoted to editor-in-chief of TheSpeedGamers (volunteer) in 2010, which he finally left in early 2012. Throughout 2011, he worked as a contributor for both Classic Game Room Empire (volunteer) and VGChartz' gamrFeed.
I was told embedding videos doesn't work for some reason, but I thought I'd post a video I recently made talking about Kirby Air Ride, a 2003 GameCube exclusive from Hal-Laboratory. The racer found itself a nice little gap between titles like F-Zero GX and Mario Kart Double Dash, but never got the attention that the aforementioned enjoyed.