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Simon Munk

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Award-winning specialist journalist in videogames, technology, cycling and outdoors products. Experienced copywriter. Competent videogame script editor and writer. Half-finished novelist. Mediocre tea maker.

Articles By Simon Munk

BlockQuest

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Mad Max

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

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Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

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Volume

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Prune

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Her Story

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Ronin

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Batman: Arkham Knight

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We Made It: Jonathan Thomas, Maker

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Sunset

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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Project CARS

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Mortal Kombat X

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The Trace: Murder Mystery Game

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Bloodborne

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