My name is Raychul Moore and I have been gaming since I was old enough to hold a controller; my first game was Pitfall on the Atari 2600 and the rest was history. I have been active in the gaming community for years, appearing in numerous different gaming magazines and contributing to several different gaming websites. I am also part of Sony’s Gamer Advisory Panel which includes beta testing games and completing surveys on multiplayer options, game characters and game content. I am also the lead writer and site manager for GameGirl.com and I do a lot of the mobile gaming coverage for GamePro magazine. The industry is where I have made my home.
I still own most of my classic game systems and I am still gaming hardcore. I mostly play Action/Adventure games (God of War, GTA, Prince of Persia, Uncharted) and Survival Horror (Silent Hill, Resident Evil, Fatal Frame). I also love Racing (Midnight Club, Burnout), Shooters (Time Splitters, BioShock, Gears of War), and a few RPG’s (Champions of Norrath, Phantasy Star Online, Fable). I love to play online, b/c I have the most fun playing with my friends.
My other hobbies include my love for horror movies, from campy-slasher films to edgy-gore-fests to zombie massacres. I have also been working on an independent modeling career that has helped me achieve a lot of my personal goals.
One of the main things I look for in a guy is whether he is a gamer or not—gaming is a big thing in my life, and I like a guy who can keep up with me, or even beat me in some games. Video games are the only thing in society that is oblivious to the sex of the player—it’s all about skill and determination. They allow girls and guys to finally join forces on a whole new level; we are the ones beating you at Halo 2 or your best friend on World of Warcraft. Gaming has come a long way and so have us gamers…we aren’t the stereotypical nerds with the taped glasses anymore; we are that cute guy who works at the supermarket and that hot girl next door. Today’s gamers are young and old, rich and poor, but the one thing that brings us all together like nothing else in history is video games. The gaming industry is where I have made my home.
Turn ons: Guys with a geeky streak, guys who enjoying gaming just as much as I do, a good sense of humor, an open mind, and Storm Troopers.
Turn offs: Guys who try to woo you by playing a guitar while on a date, guys who work out a lot and have big muscles, guys who take longer to get ready than I do, politically correct people, and cockiness.
I am that hardcore gamerbabe who is at times more naughty than nice.
Home Town: San Francisco, CA
Favorite Games: All of the GTA games, God of War, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, Wario Ware, Manhunt, the Silent Hill games, Fatal Frame, Animal Crossing, DDR, Max Payne, The Suffering, Burnout Revenge, Left 4 Dead, Resident Evil 4, Champions of Norrath, all things Mario, TimeSplitters Future Perfect, DOA Volleyball, the Resident Evil titles, Stubbs the Zombie, Lego Star Wars, Gears of War, BioShock, and Uncharted.
Most Memorable Game Experience: staying up all weekend long and playing straight thru Silent Hill 2 and Fatal Frame 1 with my best friend.
Favorite Game Character: Mario, Pyramid Head, Kratos, Big Daddies
Non – gaming hobbies: collecting horror movie and video game action figures
Favorite Music: Rob Zombie, CKY, MC Chris, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Coldplay, and Joe Rogan
Favorite Movies: All Friday the 13th films, all Halloween films, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, South Park the movie, Muholland Drive, Jackass the movie, Serenity, CKY films, Pans Labyrinth anything Star Wars, Dawn of the Dead, all three Evil Dead films, Orgasmo, Battle Royale, Trainspotting, James Bond movies, The Suicide Club, City of Lost Children and Indiana Jones.
Favorite Colors: pink, silver, and black
Things that I love: Video games (of course), horror movies, cuddly animals, roller coasters, zombies, haunted houses
Things that drive me crazy: people who put the wrong games in the wrong cases, people who believe that games and cartoons are just for kids, close-minded fanboys.
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