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An enthusiastic performer and musician, after finishing his degree in Drama, Benjamin went on to complete a PGCE and is a qualified primary school teacher, currently working for a variety of agencies on supply. He has been a gamer all his life, first taking up the hobby when his doctor prescribed him a Game Boy to help him control his ADHD. Ever since, he’s preferred his entertainment interactive; enjoying thought-provoking narratives and emergent gameplay. Benjamin has been writing for Invision Community since his degree days, and whilst he prefers PC gaming he also enjoys experiences on his PS4 and New 3DSXL. His top three games of 2015 were Pillars of Eternity, Fallout 4, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. You can contact me at Benjamain@invisioncommunity.co.uk

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