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I am a freelance cartoonist for Viz, Private Eye, Prospect and The Sun to name a few. My parents tell me I've drawing since I could hold a pencil. Playing videogames came just a few years after that.
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We all love Mario in our house. And on a rare occasion, we dig out the old Monopoly board for a round of tears and tantrums (and that's just me.) So the chance to play a game that's a mixture of the two was greeted with whoops of excitement... read now
Imagine you've been murdered. That's it. You think it's game over. Now imagine your soul has the chance to find your killer by flitting between both the land of the living and the dead, to bring the perpetrator to justice. In this unique little gem by Capcom, you can... read now
In this utterly charming action RPG you play as the titular Red, a cocky fox/dog sky pirate who rides a funky robot called Dahak. Red lives amongst fellow anthropomorphic cats and dogs on the floating islands of the Shepard Republic and thanks to a magic medallion has a whole heap of bad guys chasing his furry orange butt... read now
Ever fancied playing a game that's a blend of RPG and football? Inazuma Eleven 2 Firestorm is your chance... read now
Cartoon Network is a channel beloved by children, adults and stoners. With a huge variety of great shows to choose from, it was just a matter of time before someone tried bringing all these cool characters together in one game form... read now
When Halo: Combat Evolved was released on Xbox in November 2001, it blew everything else away. Ten years later, after many sequels and spin-offs and millions of units sold, 343 Industries go back to where it all began with Halo: Anniversary... read now
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The Tory party. Jimmy Savile. Three things that chill me to the bone, unlike Resdient Evil 6... read now
Ah, Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure - the further adventures of the little purple hot head that first appeared on the original Playstation back in 1998. He's been in the hands of quite a few developers since then, but Activision were the ones to really fire this franchise up into the stratosphere... read now
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