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I’m Retro Gamer’s staff writer and a long-time collector of games, having started playing on my dad’s Atari 2600 and eventually amassing over 1,000 video games.
We speak to Nick Jones, one of the talented programmers behind the massively popular Earthworm Jim franchise.
These days I’m the Editor-In-Chief of Retro Gamer, but I’ve been around a long time.
The Neo Geo Pocket Color was a great piece of kit that offered extensive battery life, high quality visuals and reasonable software, yet it failed to take the world by storm.
WHY I LOVE...
I’m the editor of Retro Gamer magazine. I have a love of retro, with a particular interest in the shoot-’em-up genre.
Darran Jones explains why Naughty Dog’s survival horror is one of the best that you’ll ever play.
The humble Sinclair Spectrum was small and unassuming, yet it managed to conquer the UK computer market during the eighties and was commercially viable for more than a decade.
He’s one of gaming’s most influential figures, having worked in the industry for 30 years. Retro Gamer finds out how it all started…
Chances are that you owned the Atari 2600 – the behemoth of the gaming industry from the genius that is Nolan Bushnell and a legend in its own right.
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