Farewell, Captain Sega

Posted by Ben Cordell 1 Comment

It’s with great sadness that I inform you that Phil ‘Captain Sega’ Murphy has resigned from his position as staff writer and resident baby-faced Time Lord at StickTwiddlers.

“Its been a great journey and it’s not a decision that has been taking lightly. I wish the site and all you guys much success as I see the ST family taking over the world at some point but don’t count out a few guest appearances from good old Captain Sega in the future.”

Phil has been a large and integral part of the StickTwiddlers family from launch and we’re very sad to see him go. We hope that you’ll join us in wishing him the very best for the future. I shall certainly miss editing his 5,000 word feature drafts and trying to decipher that insane Glaswegian accent.

With well over 500 articles published for StickTwiddlers, here are just a few of his best and our personal favourites.

Binary Domain Review – The Love Child Of Yakuza and Vanquish“In terms of storytelling, this is what 360 owners are missing out on with the Yakuza series. It’s Vanquish on steroids!”

House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut Gave Me Multiple Goregasms“Along the way you will also run into Varla Guns, a sassy kick ass, big busted stripper you don’t want to mess with. Ask for a lap dance at your own risk.”

Captain Sega’s Top 5 SEGA AM2 Arcade Titles“For me these titles have stood the test of time in terms of quality and fun gameplay and they are titles that I could go back to time and time again.”

What better way to say goodbye than with a recap of our world record rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody…We’ll miss you, Captain Sega.

Keep up with Phil’s goings on via his Twitter feed, @no1phil.

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Philip Murphy

awww guys that brings a tear to my eyes :) loved the journey so much with the twiddler crew and once again all the best in what the StickTwiddler new order has to bring all us gamers :D

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