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I was born to win, well, or at least try. I review games and post content here at Xbox Tavern. When that’s not happening, I’m collecting as many achievements as possible or hitting up the latest FPS / RPG. Feel free to add me – Gamertag: urbanfungus. @jerpeto
Born in New Jersey across the Hudson from Manhattan, I’ve been playing games for over 30 years. I can confidently say that I’ve played at least one game on every console ever made. I’m also an accomplished Forza artist. JPep715 on Xbox and jpepek715 on Twitch, feel free to add or give me a follow. @JPep715
Hey gamers! Dj Redcap here, been a gamer for years. A passion for video games since the early days of Atari Pong to the modern ages of Xbox One X, I’ve seen the Sega Master System, the NES and all the rest. Hail from the bottom end of Australia and proud to support Xbox. Feel free to hit me up on Xbox GT: vv Dj Redcap vv.@Dj_Redcap
Gaming, or, games in general, are in my blood. Just shy of an addiction but still an obsession. From opening my mind on the Commodore 64 I have kept up with the generations of gaming, currently residing on the Xbox One.@Grahamreaper
I have been gaming since I can remember, with some of my earliest memories being of the Sega Mega Drive. Games have always been an escape for me and I will be forever thankful for the opportunity to experience so many wonderful worlds. If you would like to hit me up on Xbox my gamertag is: vampkittie
I’ve been playing video games for almost 25 years, but escaping the Pillar of Autumn began my love affair with shooters. I can usually be found in Destiny, PUBG or FIFA. Follow me here @lloydcoombes
As a kid, I was very socially awkward and quiet. When I was introduced to Xbox, everything changed. I’ve met my best friends on Xbox, and had some of my absolute best gaming memories on Xbox. Gaming is something I could never give up, and I pity the poor soul who asks me to do so. Gaming is life, and I bleed Green! Feel free to add me – Gamertag: FatalShock v7. @FatalshockV
My first ever game I played was Alex the Kidd on Sega Master System II which fits really but been an avid Xbox fan since the beef cake original (Still have no idea how I used the controller) Got myself Into to FPS with Halo and never stopped shooting people since. Virtually of course… Feel free to add me – Gamertag: Aeone. @AeoneGaming
For me it started out on PC, back in the Wolfenstein 3D and Commander Keen days. Now I play across all platforms, but I’m gaming every day, mainly on xbox. I’m easy going, with a full-on achievement hunting addiction, but you mainly can find me getting my fix on Apex Legends (Caustic FTW) Gamertag: nuttywray @nuttywray
As a child I enjoyed Puzzle/Logic, Adventure, Platform, Racing and Simulation games on the PC, and keeping myself sane at numerous family events on my Game Boy Pocket. Now I generally play Action-Adventure and Music/Rhythm console games, but I will forever be captivated by a beautiful game soundtrack.
I was gaming way before it was cool or accepted, when games were sold in ziplock bags and gaming clues required a letter and a SASE to the actual developer. I’m not saying that like it’s a credential or an odd badge of honor, but as a statement that video games can be fun and engaging independent of graphics, the number of player choices allowed, or game mechanics. I felt the same sense of joy and exhilaration with text-based games of yore as I do playing the most advanced games of today. @turnbullr67