John Walker (journalist)

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John Walker
Born (1977-10-27) 27 October 1977 (age 38)
England
Nationality British
Occupation TV critic, journalist, cartoonist
Known for Rock, Paper, Shotgun

John Walker (born 27 October 1977) is a British computer games journalist,[1] as well as a cartoonist and TV critic.

Journalism[edit]

Walker has contributed to a range of print publications, including PC Gamer (credited from issues 75-228), Total Film, Linux Format, Cult TV, Edge, NGamer, Windows XP, PC Plus, Official Xbox Magazine, Xbox World, Gamesmaster, The Cat Magazine and PC Format.

Walker is a founding member and regular contributor to the PC gaming site Rock, Paper, Shotgun, a games reviewer for Eurogamer, and a former essayist for The Escapist.

Rum Doings[edit]

He is also one half of the Rum Doings podcast, the other being Nick Mailer of the Positive Internet Company, a podcast in which they pick a topic, then actively avoid talking about it.

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