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The team at Rocketfish aren’t just mad about digital marketing, oh no, we also love videogames. We’ve come a long way since the medium was stigmatised as mindless indulgence for infantile basement dwellers; in 2016, the games industry is one of the largest entertainment monopolies on this strange wee planet. Women now make up the majority gender of gamers at 52% (at least in 2014), and the average age of players is 31 –the millennial generation grew up with videogames, and videogames grew up with us.

So then, we thought it would it would be fun to gather the offices’ opinion on their favourite game of all time. As you would expect, it’s a nice variety of familiar classics and leftfield gems…

Jon Bennett – Frontend Developer

  • Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty – PS2, Xbox, PC (2001)

Dan Kilshaw – Account Manager

  • Crash Bandicoot – PlayStation (1996)

John Wood – SEO/PPC Manager

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – PS4, Xbox One, PC (2015)

Craig Stones – Office Manager

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – GameCube, Wii (2006)

Ben Philpott – Content Writer

  • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater – PS2 (2005)

Luke Schofield – Social Media Assistant

  • Resident Evil 2 – PS1, N64, Dreamcast, GameCube, PC (1998)

Charlie Eddleston – Ads Manager

  • Call of Duty: World at War – PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PC (2008)

Mason Pollastretti – Social Media Apprentice

  • Dead Space – PS3, Xbox 360, PC (2008)

Georgie Lewis – Social Media Apprentice

  • Super Mario World – Super Nintendo (1992)

Katia Even – Ads Manager

  • Mario Kart – Every Nintendo System Ever (1992 – Present)

Henry Gaskall – Social Media Apprentice

  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted – PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, GameCube, PC (2005)

Honourable Mentions:

spyro 2




vice city

the last of us


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