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Alias: The Wild Canadian LumberMoose
Age: Unknown
Favorite Game: Unknown
Favorite Genre: Unknown

Bio: Not much is known about this (gentle?) giant, like is he gentle? Or a giant? Okay, we do know he is a giant. His first console was a pinecone tied to a pigeon. This discovery of entertainment left him looking for more. After a chipmunk in a hole with a squirrel, bicycle horn, handful of acorns, the plastic rings from a soda six-pack, and a vinyl record couldn’t keep his attention anymore, he joined Random Encounters to see where his imagination could go.

Gooberjack

  • About the Gooberjack

    Alias: Bobby Spencer
    Age: 29
    Favorite Game: Star Wars Battlefront II (Xbox)
    Favorite Genre: Action Adventure
    Special Move: Pork Fat Express

    Bio: A throwback gamer from the days of yore, Gooberjack’s first gaming system was a Nintendo Entertainment system. At the time, his favorite games were Tiger Heli and Super Mario Bros. Since then, his tastes in games has evolved and expanded. Now knowledgeable in table top games, card games, PC and console games, his quest for the Ultimate Gaming Experience continues. 

Valendro

  • Valendro's Details

    Alias: John Fruitger
    Age: 30
    Favorite Game: Final Fantasy XI (Xbox360)
    Favorite Genre: RPG/ARPG
    Special Move: Unimaginable Narcissism

    Bio: While other children were raving about their new Sega CD systems, Valendro was rocking out oldschool to Atari. Whether it was blasting space boulders in space in Asteroids, bombing warships in Sea Hawk, or braving the harrowing jungles of Pitfall, his gaming ability stayed true. It wasn’t until gainful employment allowed him to purchase a PS2, that he joined the mainstream with the original Kingdom Hearts. He yearns to revive the Gaming Communities of old, promoting brotherhood and oneness across all platforms.

LumberMoose

  • The Lumbering LumberMoose

    Alias: The Wild Canadian LumberMoose
    Age: Unknown
    Favorite Game: Unknown
    Favorite Genre: Unknown

    Bio: Not much is known about this (gentle?) giant, like is he gentle? Or a giant? Okay, we do know he is a giant. His first console was a pinecone tied to a pigeon. This discovery of entertainment left him looking for more. After a chipmunk in a hole with a squirrel, bicycle horn, handful of acorns, the plastic rings from a soda six-pack, and a vinyl record couldn’t keep his attention anymore, he joined Random Encounters to see where his imagination could go.

Gaming Systems

  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One
  • Potato-tron 3000 (Gooberjack's PC)
    1. CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo (3.16GHz)
    2. RAM: 4GB
    3. GPU: XFX Radeon HD 6850
    4. Motherboard: EVGA


Gaming News

Confessions Of A Criminal Mastermind

So I have a problem. I like stealing things. It is a challenge to see if I can get in and get out with the goods without getting seen. One time I even stole my own pants from me while I wasn’t looking. That being said, I have to say that Payday 2 is a game I can really get into.
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Opinions of a Vault Dweller

War…war never changes. Unless it has. Has it? The war has changed. November 10th marked the release of Fallout 4 in the US, and it was heralded as the perfect next step in the Fallout series. The numbers from that release prove its notoriety. Seeing higher first-day player numbers than even Skyrim, Fallout 4 is easily the breakout hit of 2015, and it’s easy to see why. Bethesda brought back a lot of the features that players loved from previous incarnations of the series. The Vault-tec Assisted Targeting System (V.A.T.S.), the open world exploration, the Brotherhood of Steel, and everyone’s favorite wrist mounted tech, the Pip-Boy.
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Springfield G.A.M.E.

Our journey began with a phone call. We had no idea what would come of it, and honestly, we didn’t expect anything to happen. John (Valendro) had put a call in to the Springfield offices for Children’s Miracle Network simply on a whim. We’d attempted the 24 hour Extra-Life game day the year before, and though we made some donations, we felt it wasn’t enough. We wanted to do more, and BE more. With that as his motivation, John left a message with the associate director Justin Bess. It wasn’t much longer until we got word back from Justin that we were just what CMN was looking for in Springfield. We were ecstatic about this as it was our chance, as Random Encounters, to do something amazing as gamers and as a company.
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