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George Cheese

George slumbers darkly in the wastelands of rural Wiltshire, England. He can often be found writing, gaming or catching up on classic television. He aims to be an author by profession, although if that doesn't pan out you might be able to find him on Mars. You can argue with him on Twitter: @georgecheesee

Anime Ichiban: George’s Top 10 Moments in ‘Dragon Ball’ (Part 1)

With Dragon Ball FighterZ’s successful launch and awesome gameplay, I figured it was about the right time to take a look at some of the franchise’s most iconic scenes and sequences.

Top 10 Games with Staff Writer, George Cheese

I firmly believe that people's favorite games are those they play in their teenage and early adult years, and, well, that's where I'm at now.

Where the Shrakh are the ‘Middle-earth’ Nemesis System Rip-Offs?

The Nemesis System is a simple, effective method of adding value to sandbox video games.

‘Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds’ is More of a Good Thing

And if you never tried Horizon Zero Dawn around its release, due to the influx of great titles released in the February-April period, now is the perfect time to pick it up.

‘Ghost of Tsushima’: How Sucker Punch Can Make Their Best Game

If Sucker Punch can get these elements right, Ghost of Tsushima could be the best game the developer has ever made.
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Android Dreams: ‘NieR Automata’ and the Human (S)oul in Visual Storytelling and Design

flowers for m(A)chines NieR Automata is a lot of things. Stripped of artistic value, it is a highly pleasing and utterly polished action game that...

Anime Adaptations: Why Does Hollywood Always Fail?

Anime adaptations have a sordid history in Hollywood’s production studios. Death Note is the latest property to get adapted by the US. A seminal...

‘The Solus Project’ Is A Sturdy Vessel, Lost In Space

The Solus Project is a linear exploration game, with simple crafting and survival mechanics to add another level of game-play to what is, for the most part, a walking simulator.

‘Freaking Meatbags’ Review: An Imperfect Organism

A comedic sci-fi strategy game that experiments with genres and mechanics, but is ultimately a jack of all trades. Enjoyable, unfocused and shallow.
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Which Stephen King Novels Would Make Great Games?

There’s no denying that Stephen King is one of the mostly influential novelists of the twentieth century. His prolific novel output is matched only by the works his stories have inspired, from Netflix’s Stranger Things to games such as Alan Wake and Resident Evil VII: Biohazard.