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Posted on May 6, 2005 in Admin

Mark H. Walker

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Mark H. Walker

Title: Games Editor
Hobbies: Military history, gaming
Favorite Movies: NA
Background: Mark H. Walker is a commander in the U.S. Navy reserves, a veteran Electronic Entertainment/IT journalist, and board game designer. He is one of the most prolific writers in the computer gaming industry and has authored or contributed to "forty-some" books, including game user manuals, industry analysis, general computer books, strategy guides, and the critically acclaimed board war game, Lock ‘n Load. Additionally he has written hundreds of computer gaming related articles for magazines such as Civil War, Playboy, Alaskan Airlines Magazine, Autoweek, Microsoft Office Pro, PCGamer, Computer Gaming World, Computer Games Strategy Plus, and several web sites including Gamespy, Electric Playground, Gameslice, and SciFi Weekly. He pens the syndicated Game Guy column with an estimated readership of 100,000.



1 Comment

  1. How about doing a review of Toy Soldiers arcade game by Signal for Xbox? It’s a very unique twist on the tower defense genre and the graphics really make you feel like you are in someone’s basement in the 1920’s or 30’s when I suppose young boys would have been playing with World War I inspired wind-up toys, etc. The best part is the unusual weapons, such as the A7V “Moving Fortress,” the Tsar tank and the Zeppelin airships. Would love to read Armchair General’s take on this game. How about an article on World War I tanks, weapons, etc.?

    These are just suggestions not intended for publication but I would love any feedback.