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Kim Wild

Staff Bio

This is the bit where I get to bore everyone about my exciting life. Don’t you feel privileged? No, really, you should.

My very first adventure game was Secret of Monkey Island and having been captured by its charm and hilarious insult fighting, I went on to purchase and play adventure games of all formats ever since. Particularly obscure ones that no-one has ever heard of for my PC. When not adventuring, I’ll play anything decent (bar horror games anyway) and owns numerous handheld consoles, the latest being the Nintendo DS. As well as a Nintendo GameCube, Sega Dreamcast and Sony PlayStation 2 but that’s another story.

During the day, I freelance for various gaming publications in the UK and my work has appeared in OPSM, PSM2, Retro Gamer, GamesTM, Micro Mart and a few others that no longer exist. Plans to actually write novels or something credible are still under way.


You can wake up now.

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Articles by Kim Wild:


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EVIDENCE: The Last Ritual review

The Phoenix returns in a worthy sequel to In Memoriam, but its difficulty keeps the new cyber-thriller from soaring.

Review score - 3.5 Read the review » Dec 16, 2006

Mr. Smoozles Goes Nutso review

An arcade-adventure? Have we lost our minds? No, but Mr. Smoozles has in this charming, offbeat debut from Juniper Games.

Review score - 0 Read the review » Sep 25, 2006

Tears of Betrayal review

This independent title offers a trip down memory lane, but it's run down by oncoming traffic.

Review score - 1.5 Read the review » Aug 21, 2006

Keepsake review

Keepsake mixes a little magic with plenty of puzzles for a charming fantasy adventure.

Review score - 3.5 Read the review » Apr 30, 2006

Samorost 2 review

The shareware sequel is short, sweet, smells like mushrooms, and well worth the small purchase price.

Review score - 4.5 Read the review » Jan 3, 2006

Déjà Vu I & II: The Casebooks of Ace Harding review

We could have sworn we'd covered this already, but Kim reviews the oft-ported GameBoy Color version.

Review score - 3 Read the review » Dec 22, 2005

Nancy Drew: Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon review

Kim finds the latest Nancy Drew mystery to be just the ticket for a light adventure.

Review score - 3.5 Read the review » Nov 4, 2005

Blazing Dragons review

A comic adventure only for consoles? Kim dusts off her PlayStation to prove it's not just a myth.

Review score - 4 Read the review » Jul 8, 2005

The Fish Files review

Kim makes a splash in her debut review of an adventure designed for the Game Boy Color.

Review score - 3 Read the review » Apr 27, 2005

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