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Eurogamer: An Englishman in New Tokyo

James Kay decided at a young age to turn his hobby into a vocation and design games instead of merely consuming them. It was a dream he realised quickly, working at a clutch of British developers in the late nineties. But despite succeeding where many others have failed, Kay wasn't satisfied with his lot. Mario, Sonic and all of the other icons of his childhood were Japanese, their prominence in gaming's canon matching Japan's seemingly inextinguishable dominance of the global games industry.

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