Bob Wade

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Bob Wade was the Software Editor, Deputy Editor, and Editor of Amstrad Action during its first few years. Like Chris Anderson, Bob started out at Personal Computer Games and Zzap!64, before becoming the Software Editor on AA. He climbed the ranks of Deputy Editor before becoming the Editor. Bob left after issue 34 to edit sister publication Advanced Computer Entertainment and later Amiga Format, where he helped launch Amiga Power. He left journalism in the mid 1990s to form his own games development company Binary Asylum, producing Amiga games like Zee Wolf and Zee Wolf 2. After Binary Asylum failed to establish itself into the PC market, Bob moved over to the internet product monitoring service Game Campaign. He is now currently back at Future Publishing.