Born in 1970, he spends his childhood waiting for something more fun to come than going round or jumping rope. His faith is rewarded with the arrival of video games, which he has followed since their dawn. A little over ten years later he found himself in the hi-fi department of the Metro explaining Donkey Kong, then in Japanese, to customers intrigued by wind chimes. His career as a videogaming divulger was born this way. The transition from the first black and white video games to today is studded with everything that has been playable in the last 30 years. From '95 to today he manages to make this passion a profession, not without a certain obstinacy and a pinch of recklessness.