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About Pinkkis

In my mid-twenties I’m still a child at heart and I spend ages in front of games and the internet. A man-child if you will. While I’m noticing that I am getting older and my priorities and preferences are changing, I’m still a gamer and a geek. A sci-fi fan, a fantasy fan, a pop culture fan. If it’s interactive and on the internet, I’m there.

Hailing from Finland, the land of a thousand lakes and very few games, my aim is to explore and participate in the realm of video games and internet communities.

Gaming history

  • Weird TV game with a lightgun and 7 pong variations
  • Commodore 128
  • Sega Mega Drive
  • Amiga 500 (not my own, neighbors)
  • PC
    • 486 – 33mhz
    • Cyrix – 150mhz
    • Dual Celeron – 466mhz
    • Athlon – 1.5ghz
    • Pentium M – 1.6ghz – laptop
    • Core Duo 2.4gz – 8800gt
  • Gameboy Pocket
  • Gameboy Advance
  • Dreamcast
  • Xbox
  • Xbox 360

Pinkkis' gamer card

I have played on most of consoles that have been out in Europe ( never a jaguar though ), but I’ve always been a Sega / Xbox fanboy. I haven’t owned a Nintendo apart from the gameboys that I got cheap and I hate Sony. Only thing Sony does well is video cameras. However, I don’t judge good games based on the system they are on, and I’m sure the PS brand has good games on it. Like now, if the PS3 was 199€, I would get one just to play Little Big Planet. Everything else comes out on the 360 these days anyway.

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