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Alex Aldridge

When Alex isn't saving up cash to spend on growing his video game sleeve tattoo, he's pouring it all back into buying more games. An obsessed gamer since 1990, Alex has been quietly honing his games writing and podcasting skills on his own website Gamertron for nearly ten years. Now, after deciding it might be nice for some people to actually read his work, here he is.

Top 10 Games with Staff Writer, Alex Aldridge

Writing about games I love is the easy part. The hard part was trying to condense 27 years of gaming into a list of my 10 best.
Super Smash Bros Brawl

10 Years Later: ‘Super Smash Bros. Brawl’ is the Love Letter That Tripped Itself...

It’s rare that a game can be loved by a casual audience and hated so much by the competitive scene, but Super Smash Bros. Brawl pratfalls headfirst into that trap.

‘Diddy Kong Racing’ – Still the King of Single Player Karting After 20 Years

It seems like we may never get a true sequel to Diddy Kong Racing, but of course that just means the original is this unique entity.

‘Super Mario Odyssey’s’ Ten Most Difficult Moons

Most of the moons in Super Mario Odyssey are simple to find, but here are ten that pose quite the challenge.

‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Review: Putting the ‘Person’ in First Person Shooters

Wolfenstein II is an experience I’ll not forget in a hurry, and one I’d happily dip into for a third (and final) installment - just as long as I finally get to kill Mecha Hitler.

‘Dark Souls III’ Makes My Anxiety Worse But That’s OK

A few years ago during an online counseling session with a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, we discussed how playing video games would serve as a way for me to escape the otherwise constant anxiety that was going on in my brain.

Five Nintendo Series We’d Love to See Return

Five Nintendo series we would love to see return to their latest console, the Nintendo Switch.

5 Arcade Sports Games That Need a Comeback

It seems now is the time to capitalise on a renewed acceptance of, dare we say it, the video game side of sports video games, and here are five classic arcade titles that really need to come back.