I currently weave words for Gameranx & GameGrin. I have loved games since I was a child, and that passion has never faded. One of my fondest memories is playing Tetris for the first time on a tiny handheld device, and not realising there was a rotate button.
Languages fascinate me – especially Japanese. If you’ve ever heard someone say that learning a new language allows you to see through new eyes-it’s definitely true.
If I wasn’t a writer, I’d be a drummer or guitarist for a heavy metal band. Seriously.
ABOUT THIS SITE
This particular blog you’ve stumbled upon is primarily dedicated to game reviews, battles, and analyses, but I may go off on a linguistic tangent from time to time. To read my crazy ramblings on various games, just click whichever square screams ‘read me.’ I also post a lot of art work here, some of which is available to buy from the K.K.Atlas Art Shop. I have loved drawing ever since I was a kid, but these days I really enjoy painting a lot too. In my spare time I like to compose music, and if you visit the K.K.Atlas Art Shop page, you can hear one of my original songs (Whirlpool) playing in the background.
In the future, I hope to make my own games that teach people something. A really good site for making your own games is Sploder, which is what I used to make a game called “Nihongo no tesuto” or My Japanese Test. Click here to give it a go – I hope you learn something from it!
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P.S. Yes, I stole Alex from Tomb Raider’s shirt.