This week’s SuicideGirl Gamer of the Week is Shark. Shark is a SuicideGirls Hopeful who has been gaming for a very long time. She’s what you might call a PlayStation fangirl but even Xbox fans can agree that does not detract from her exceptional beauty! RealGamerNewz recently sat down with Shark to talk about video games, modeling, and prepping.
So why the username ‘Shark”?
Well I chose the name Shark because I think they are beautiful and amazing creatures who can attack at any moment if necessary which I feel as though also describes me in many ways.
Well no. I am Australian and I don’t watch much TV, haha. I just play games and watch documentaries.
What made you want become a professional model?
I don’t see myself as a professional model. I do it for fun. I’ve always been interested in arts and this is my way of expressing my female eroticism artistically.
When did you first get into gaming?
I stated gaming when I was only about two or three years old. I used to play Sonic with my dad and would win most time, haha. I can’t really remember a time when gaming wasn’t prominent in my life. It was during my childhood and is still a strong passion in my adult life.
What are some of your favorite games?
My favorite games are all first person shooters. In order of favorites: Borderlands, F.E.A.R 3, Rage, and Killzone 3. Some of the only non-FPS games I really play are LittleBigPlanet and The Sims.
Xbox One or PS4?
PlayStation forever! I actually have a PlayStation tattoo behind my ear. My blog name used to be shonyplaystation, haha. Shony is actually my first name, and yes I plan on changing my last name to PlayStation.
That is actually a perfect name for a gaming blog! How come you stopped writing it?
I stopped blogging because I posted a picture of myself that got like 17,000 notes in a few days and a whole bunch of swag yolo’s started following me and asking me stupid questions.
No there isn’t, which I regret as my life numbers are 308. The numerals on the clock are all backwards and some are even switched around, which I got for the reason that time is not real. It is a fabricated system that we all live by, not by choice but by force. The principle of time in relation to time and space have relevance but I believe for our daily lives all we need is night and day. The time on the clock is 12:27 which my tattooist chose. I guess I should ask him why next time. It may have relevance to him.
Let’s say I didn’t fancy anything on next-gen consoles so I bought a PS3 for the first time instead. What’s the very first exclusive I should play in your opinion?
The Killzone series, the Resistance series, the Infamous and the LittleBigPlanet series. In order of significance.
Are you in the middle of playing anything right now?
Yeah I’m in the middle of a few games; Crysis, Ghost Recon, and I started replaying Resistance 3.
Is there a genre of video game you absolutely hate?
If any I would have to say MMO’s and magic games. They just seem too immersive if that is possible. They’re also a tad evil in the way that in order to keep enjoying many of the games, you have to pay more and more money and play constantly.
Do you have a lot of female friends that are gamers?
I actually don’t have a single female friend that is a gamer, most of my friends are males. I have a dark sense of humor and most women are scared of me. Plus guys are usually better gamers.
What do you like best about living in Australia?
The thing I like best about Australia is the fact that I’m not living my life in constant fear of societal collapse and war attacks. I am a prepper so I have been planning for a long time to be almost completely detached from society and even though that is still incredibly difficult in this country, it is much easier than others.
What are some things outside of video games that you like to do for fun?
As I said previously, I am a prepper and so research takes up quite a lot of my time. In terms of research, I study motor mechanics, automotive engineering, science in many fields, agriculture, law, and music. I don’t pay for study, I believe knowledge should be free.
Where can fans find more of you?