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Rab Florence

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Robert is a comedy writer and performer. He presented video game shows Consolevania and videoGaiden, had a BBC sketch show called Burnistoun, and has a TV and Film production company called Bold Yin. He is also the self-professed God of Games. He loves video games, board games, sex and wrestling. He tweets constantly at @robertflorence.

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FeatureLost Humanity 18: A Table of Doritos

Rab Florence contemplates "a tragic, vulgar image".

FeatureLost Humanity 17: Dishonour

Rab discovers whether art can be imitated in life.

FeatureLost Humanity 16: Size Doesn't Matter

How long is a piece of Dishonored?

FeatureLost Humanity 15: Booth Babes

Rab speaks out on the less welcome side of modern games exhibitions.

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Lost Humanity 14.

FeatureLost Humanity 13: Top Hats and Candlesticks

Rab Florence wishes he saw the same innovation in video games that he sees in his cardboard children.

FeatureLost Humanity 12: Zero Contribution

It would be too easy to believe incorrect reports that the Scottish games industry has no value, argues Rab Florence.

FeatureLost Humanity 11: Games TV, Again

Rob Florence on the dearth of gaming TV - and its hopes for the future.

FeatureLost Humanity 10: The New World

Rob Florence reflects on days where you spring to life in a place that's been built for you to discover.

FeatureLost Humanity 9: Book of Predictions

Rob Florence predicts the future and you can too!

FeatureLost Humanity 8: Days of Nothing

It's not the Girlfriend Mode days that do the harm, says Rob Florence, it's all the days of nothing in-between.

FeatureLost Humanity 7: Healing

Why Proteus really speaks to Rob Florence.

FeatureLost Humanity 6: Killing Pirates

What if you can't afford a game?

FeatureLost Humanity 5: Being THEM

Rob Florence imagines what it's like on the other side.

FeatureLost Humanity 3: My Dream Boss

Featuring The Independent Charles Show 2.1.

FeatureLost Humanity 2: No More Heroes

Robert Florence asks: Where are our video game heroes?

FeatureLost Humanity 1: Fighting Talk

Robert Florence's new weekly Eurogamer column.