About Tom L

Full Name: Thomas Lynch

Console: PS4, PS3, Android

Preferred Genre: Action Adventure, First/Third Person Shooter.

Other Hobbies: TV, Movies and the gym.

Bio: I have been a gamer all my life, from endless hours bunked of school playing Crash Bandicoot to smuggling Ellie across a post-apocalyptic wasteland, gaming is a passion of mine. I still remember the good old days playing Spyro and Rayman on the PlayStation and so becoming completely oblivious to the outside world. When my Dad bought a PS2 to play Everybody’s Golf my love for gaming grew. Jack and Daxter, Tak 2, Ratchet and Clank the list goes on, theses classic games bring a smile to my face even now. However, my allegiance switched from PlayStation one day after school when my Mom was walking me home. She said to me “Tom when I was cleaning your room, your money box fell and hit your PlayStation, I’m so sorry, I’ll get you a new one soon” At that moment I felt as though a piece of me had been torn away, my life destroyed. However, to my surprise when I proceeded into my room to mourn the death of my PS2, a Xbox 360 was sitting on my bed with WWE 2007 and PGR3. The 360 was a great console providing great games witch I played alone and with friends over Xbox Live, until I went to a friends house one day. He owned a PlayStation 3 and showed my the opening level to Uncharted 2 Among Thieves, to which I immediately went home and pleaded to my parents for a PS3. I now play my PS3 almost everyday and occasionally play Android games to kill time at college, I mean…. I’m also a huge Batman fan particularly Nolan’s trilogy and Rocksteady’s Arkham games.

One comment

  1. I have history similar to yours, I loved my PS2; until it was forced into my cousin’s hands. I got a ps3 a few years later, before being gifted a 360 out of nowhere last christmas. I absolutely love the 360 now, and have probably played it more in 6 months than the ps3 totally in 4 years. I got into Batman mainly through the arkham games, and into non-sports games from ratchet and clank. A Crack in Time really played on my love of Doctor Who, and I liked the story. Can’t wait to read more of your stuff

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