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About Wsterfuryone of us since 8:18 PM on 08.15.2010

Hello everybody!

My name is Dylan Sabin, and I am here to write things about video games.

I'm a contributing author over at No Worries Gaming (www.noworriesgaming.com), and in addition to the many articles and reviews I've posted over there, I'm involved with the weekly podcast "No Worries Weekly"! It's a nice little 50-60 minute show that gets down to some rousing discussion about different topics that pop up in the industry.

I like to write, read, sing and act; I'm a bit of a gamer as well, although I will say I much prefer PC gaming over the console equivalents. I don't think Microsoft is utilizing Kinect as much as they should and I'm pretty sure Sony is doing the same with Move.
 

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