Though I only got into writing seriously and regularly when I launched this very blog a few years ago, my published writing work goes back as far as the last year or so of the 20th century.

Sadly, much of that work is now lost in the mists of time – but the odd example of my early writing can still be found if you know where to look.

Online pop culture publication Disposable Media Magazine put out a call for someone to plug a small gap in their video game reviews section – and I answered that call, offering to write mini reviews for a couple of then-recently released games.

Xbox Stubbs the Zombie – which has just been re-released for modern consoles, weirdly enough – and Gottlieb Pinball Classics were the targets of my critical eye at the time. I’m surprised, reading them again, how much I don’t hate or even disagree with the reviews that my younger self wrote!

So without any further ado…here they are! Enjoy the insight into the mind of someone who was still in their 20s, harbouring secret desires to write and never imagining he’d properly get there…

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