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Much to my family's disappointment after I got my Psych degree I moved into journalism. At the moment I do games and anime reviews for a free magazine in Sydney which no one reads. I also work casually as a research assistant but that isn't interesting.
I've been gaming since I was a wee lad and as I recall the first console I had was the Atari 2600. Pitfall 2 on the C64 amazed me and at the time I thought it was the deepest games would ever get.

I'm a big SRPG/RPG fan but I also have an itchy trigger finger so FPSes are on the cards to.
I have a weak spot for survival horror but I suck at them. The newer survival horror action games (RE4) are right up my alley.
Also big fan of Clover studios and Capcom in general.

Right now I've got a 360, Ps2, Saturn, cube(for imports) and Wii set up and I've also got a PSP & DS.
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This week we discuss games that became films, films that became games and games that became films and then went back to being games (SF:The Movie:The Game).
On top of that we look at why Lucasart's Fracture didn't do so well and playthrough the only useful thing anyone has ever done with GoogleEarth: The Last Guy.

Stay tuned next week for our hands on impressions of KOFXII and Arkham Asylum.

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