About High Score

High Score is a blog run by Angus McLaren with posts from guest contributors Robert Underwood, John Kenny and Shannyn Rew, who also share a passion for gaming. High Score aims to review current games, past games and also hardware and gaming systems all from our own pocket, as we are broke most of the time.

High Score will also let you know what is on sale from Steam and GOG and give you the latest on what we have all been playing each week, when we can. Maybe, if it all goes according to plan, we might get some decent giveaways one day.

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Angus’ Bio:

Angus lives in Australia and can usually be found running around during weekdays fixing computers on-site. In his spare time he games a fair bit. It would be prudent to say that he has been gaming since the days of his friends having their Commodore 64s and his family having an Amstrad 6128. Angus also learn’t to program games on the Amstrad, as back then new games usually were not readily accessible, except when printed in the Amstrad magazine. These days, Angus plays games on the Playstation 3 and 4, PS Vista, PC, iPhone and iPad and an aging Nintendo DS.

His poor wife Michelle is frequently annoyed at the late nights, but happily likes watching him play Minecraft with great interest. He hopes to take High Score to a bigger place one day, however he will clearly (this page is a prime example) still need the editing skills of Michelle.




Robert’s Bio:

Robert lives in the United States with his sister helping to raise his niece, whose life he missed out on due to his first 11 years of military service. Currently job searching, he spends his free time playing video games and writing fiction, as well as reviews for this blog. He has been playing video games ever since the Atari 2600, though growing up poor left him out of much of the video game market until he entered the service. Nonetheless, he has played games for the Atari, NES, SNES, N64, PlayStation2, Xbox, and Xbox 360.