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Tayo Stalnaker

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Currently residing in Portlandia, Tayo was born and raised on the mean streets of Medford, Oregon. His obsession with gaming started at an early age when he first played Kaboom for the Atari 2600. Since, he's owned virtually every console and has developed a passion for collecting and gaming history.

Fresh off a stint as an award-winning editor for his community college newspaper, The Clackamas Print, he co-founded a video game and pop-culture podcast in 2009 dubbed Dangerous Kids. Even though he has since moved on, it was during his time on the show that he developed an urge to write about his favorite hobby as a freelancer.

His taste is in the realm of the niche, underrated and obscure, but he enjoys games from all genres. When not playing, he's either spending time with friends and family, at the pub, enjoying a novel (usually something pulp, cyberpunk or crime related), or watching old movies and classic sitcoms.

Ten All-Time Favorites Games
1. Snatcher 2. Metal Gear Solid (series) 3. Grim Fandango 4. Day of the Tentacle 5. Final Fantasy VI 6. Persona (series) 7. Chrono Trigger 8. Terranigma 9. Earthbound 10. Galaga
Five Current Favorites Games
Witcher 3, Bayonetta 2, Nuclear Throne, Demon's Souls, Nier
Favorite Types of Games
Adventure, RPG, Shoot 'em Ups, Beat 'em Ups

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