How old are you?

I was born on 15th of July 1991.

Where are you based?

Malta, you may need google to check it out.

What are your favourite games?

Battlefield, Cities: Skylines, Crash Bandicoot.

How many hours do you game?

Usually between 12 and 20 hours a week, sometimes more.

How many times do you take care of your beard?

Once a week.

How many times do you shave your head?

2-3 times a week

What are your favourite TV shows?

I don't watch a lot of TV but I love watching old British comedy.

What's your favourite food?

All of it. Seriously. Anything which isn't seafood or sushi.

A Quick NGen15 History Lesson


I was lucky enough to have been raised in a gaming household. My father was a gamer before I was born and my mother was into games as well. The first gaming device we had was the Amiga 500 and I would spend hours playing games such as The NewZealand Story and Cannon Fodder. While our Amiga 500 was used until the late 90's, in 1995, my father brought home the Sony Playstation and that changed everything forever.

The Playstation would be my only console for years to come and resulted in endless hours of gameplay. In 1998 we bought our first Windows machines and dial-up internet. A beastly Intel Pentium 3 with 733MHz of beautiful clock speed and an amazing 8MB ATi 3D Rage GPU. The Playstation continued to fill in most of my gaming time since the PC was shared between the 5 members of the family and was really limited when it comes to games. Okay, I did play Sim Copter on it, and that was amazing, but that was all I played.

Enter 2004, my father bought me my first PC, a Pentium 4 2.4GHz machine with a GeForce MX440. This was the point I started getting very interested in computers. I wasn't interested much before although I did start learning about maintenance since the age of 11. 2007 marked the year I could start working and with a lot of effort during my Summer job I was able to buy myself Alienware's last effort before Dell bought them out, the Alienware Area-51 m9750 desktop replacement which enabled me to attend my first LAN parties. In 2011 I was during my last year of school and bought a PC which would last me the next 6 years until my current iteration of PCs. More detail about these machines can be found in the equipment section.

Not many consoles found their way into the household since I moved to PC in 2004. I had a PSP for a whole, we own a Wii, a couple of Nintendo DS my parents used, a Nintendo 3DS XL and my latest purchase the Nintendo Switch. That being said I'm at a point in which I am purchasing old consoles to use for streaming, my first being an original XBOX.


My interest in computer hardware started growing since 2004. It had so much of an impact on me that it threw me off my science studies in my early teens and I went straight into computer school to focus on that. In 2012 that would result in my Bachelor's degree in Software Development.

I love computers so much that I still have most of my older computers or parts as part of a collection and sometimes acquire older items for the collection as well. Whether we'd like to admit it or not, technology is a very big part of our lives and I strive to embrace it and use as much of it as I can. I feel like a child opening a Christmas present when unboxing tech related items and I'm probably very over excited about something once I started using it and getting used to it. Exploring new technology is a joy for me and knowing the ins and outs of a product is something I enjoy doing. My attention to detail and knowledge gained about an item landed my my first sponsors nad review opportunities during the Summer of 2017 and have sprung me and a couple of friends of mine into what you can see today and what you will be seeing in the future.

My World Away from Gaming

Outside of gaming and technology I enjoy food, a good beer, cars and motorsport, photography and fish keeping.