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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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Blonde review - Marilyn Monroe thrown to the wolves

Andrew Dominik’s Blonde is an atrocity – a ghoulish biopic...

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It always feels special when a play speaks so directly to an audience that you feel and hear the ripples of recognition across the auditorium. And...

Album: Björk - Fossaro

Album opener “Atapos” was released as a single earlier in September, its sharply angular beats created by...

Savala Nolan: Don't Let It Get You Down review - findin...

Liminal: a word that conjures thresholds and between states. Caught between three languages – the adjective is a borrowing from the Latin...

'Serving the community means representing the narrative...

Just as I was moving from the US to the UK to begin working as the Artistic Director of the...

Album: Slipknot - The End, So Far

Make no mistake about it, Slipknot are massive. 23 years after their recording debut, they’ve had 8.5 billion streams, their sixth album,...

Yiyun Li: The Book of Goose - fame, reality and two teenage...

The Book of Goose, Yiyun Li’s fifth novel, is the...

This England, Sky Atlantic review - how Boris's No 10 g...

From underneath the messy ash-white thatch of hair, a strange mooing suddenly issues: Sir Kenneth Branagh is wrestling with Boris Johnson’s odd...

Kim Noble, Soho Theatre review - final part of trilogy about...

A dead pigeon. A dead squirrel. A dead fox. Lots of maggots – very much alive. I might be describing your worst nightmare (throw in a rat or two...