Keith Stuart is an author and journalist who has been covering video games culture for 20 years. He is the Guardian's games correspondent and his novels A Boy Made of Blocks and Days of Wonder are published by Sphere Books.
One man's impact on the best gaming mag of the 1990s.
"We were worried there wasn't enough content!"
God rest ye, Fairchild Channel F.
"This thing felt like a love letter to me.”
A different kind of Paradise.
We should definitely split up...
Shout out to my Gex.
Keith Stuart on how code develops a personality.
A trip down myrmery lane.
Sometimes dogs turn into fire hydrants.
The old mag and the sea.
Gurdurrs of perception.
And finally, the truth behind the Jordache Dig Master.
The anarchist playbook.
From Darkest Dungeon to Dead Space.
From John Ford to Frank Zappa.
They're too important.