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|Born||July 1978 (age 40)|
England, United Kingdom
|Residence||Bath, Somerset, England|
|Occupation||Games journalist, critic, author|
Rossignol started his career a reporter on a finance newsletter. He says he was fired from the job due to obsession with a video game. He formerly wrote for the PC gaming blog Rock, Paper, Shotgun.
Rossignol has written a book entitled This Gaming Life: Travels in Three Cities, published by the University of Michigan imprint DigitalCultureBooks. The book examines the relationship between gamers and the videogames they play, via a tour through differing aspects of gaming culture in several parts of the world.
Rossignol lives with his fiancee Amanda Ricaud and their 2 children in Bath, Somerset.
- Jim Rossignol (27 September 2010). "Big Robot Lives Again". Big Robot. Retrieved 21 April 2012.
my new company, Big Robot
- Rossignol, Jim (2008). This Gaming Life. Britain: The University of Michigan Press. p. 3. ISBN 0-472-11635-5.
- "I'd like to know more". Rock, Paper, Shotgun. Retrieved 2009-09-02.
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