O'Dell Harmon Jr.
O'Dell is a Texas native who began his love of gaming in 1994 with a Sega Genesis and a copy of Sonic the Hedgehog 2. As the years went on his love turned into a deep passion causing him to do crazy things like travel the world just to play video games. When he isn't gaming he loves to eat, dance, and travel the globe. O'Dell is no super hero though. He is simply a Pokemon master who has conquered all video game genres except for horror because he will lose it.
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