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I was born in Sussex in 1989 – far too long ago. I was an extremely dreamy and shy child, and I used to used to wander round muttering to myself and playing games with imaginary friends.

I did very badly at school – I was daydreaming too much to concentrate on anything much.. It wasn’t until I was pretty nearly grown up that I started to think that the world around me might be at least as interesting as what was going on in my own head.I did poorly at school, although occasionally teachers would think I had a lot of promise. In those days we had an exam called the eleven plus, which you did just before you went to High School.

If you were a clever kid with a good brain, you passed and went to Grammar School to learn brainy things, and if you were a dumb kid, you failed and went to Secondary Modern School and learnt how to do things with your hands. I went to Secondary Modern School.

Modern first-person shooter and puzzle classics. By Colin Stevens

Sony has revealed the March 2019 games coming to PlayStation Plus members, featuring Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness.

Announced on the PlayStation Blog, the updated first-person shooter Modern Warfare Remastered can be played in 4K on PS4 Pro. The Witness, a first-person puzzle game set on a mysterious island, was made by Braid creator Jonathan Blow. Both games will be available to download from March 5 – April 1, 2019.

In our review of Modern Warfare Remastered, we called the game “Great” saying it “brings a significant graphical upgrade to the classic shooter.”

In our review of The Witness, we called the game a “Masterpiece” saying it’s “A beautiful, powerful, and cleverly designed puzzle game with a wealth of mysteries to unravel.”

February 2019’s PS Plus lineup included Hitman: The Complete First Season, For Honor, Divekick, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Gunhouse and Rouge Aces. Hitman and For Honor will still accessible to members until March 4, while the rest will be available until March 8. March 2019 is the first month PS Plus won’t include a fresh batch of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games.


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