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We chat to Stuart ‘Stoo’ Cambridge about classics like Mega lo Mania, Cannon Fodder and Sensible Soccer, and why he always died first in games.

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Cartridges are coming back: http://bit.ly/2yLmgEl
Sociable Soccer early access: http://bit.ly/2ghnLWJ
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