COMPUTER GAMES WRITER


For a number of years Graham has created scripts and storylines for a number of computer games developers and publishers.   

Better Tomorrow

Game developed by Enlight Hong Kong
Instructions and character dialogue

Compose

Game developed by Enlight Hong Kong
Instructions and character dialogue

Yager

Game developed by Yager (Berlin) & published by THQ.
Published May 28th 2003
Author - All Character Dialogue
Character development
Joint Storyline development

X Beyond the Frontier            

Game developed by Egosoft & published by THQ
European game of the year 1999
Author of - All Character Dialogue
Character development
Joint Storyline development

Alan Hanson Football Game 2001           

Published by Codemasters
Scripted - Alan Hanson dialogue, game comments & match summaries    

Colossus

Published by Enlight - Hong Kong
Scripted Character development
Joint Storyline development                                                                                                  
Currently in development with Enlight, Hong Kong

Shadowbane                      

On-Line Adventure Game - Developed by Swift Entertaiment Gmbh
Character & story development

Future Commando 2050 AD              

Developed & published by Rage Ltd
Storyline development

Conflict   

Game developed by G9 & THQ. Never published
Author of - All Character Dialogue
Character development
Joint Storyline development                                               

Metal Force                                              

Abandoned project with Crytek Studios

The Ghost of Grimmanor Towers        

Fully scripted ghost/adventure game currently seeking developer.                  

Read what they said about “Yager”  



"The characters come alive in Yager. There are 20 you interact with, in varying degrees. Voice-acting is well done -- you're frequently contacted by friend and foe alike on your ship's comms and humor is liberally laced throughout. I often found myself chuckling at some of the things Magnus and the other characters said. Script writer Graham Rhodes contributed to Yager's storyline. Magnus will sometimes remark, "What ever happened to Graham Rhodes?"  http://tarasresources.net/yager.htm

"Sound is very good in terms of ship and weapons sounds and background music that varies with theme and tempo.  There are 20 characters you interact with, voice acting is very good with some well-done foreign accents, scripting and humor.  Yager is funny!  I often found myself chuckling at the characters wise-cracks. Yager is a sleeper!"

"Voice acting is excellent and time was obviously taken in the script writing. Humor is liberally laced throughout and I often found myself chuckling at some of the character's remarks, especially Magnus's sarcasm and wise cracks. One of Yager's biggest treats is its character-heavy storyline. Magnus meets up with technology-deprived Russian mechanics, free trade zone barkeepers and redneck outlaws, and all of them have something interesting, funny or silly to say. "