You're doing it wrong. Play it once and play it your way, how you'd react to those situations, and it becomes a more personal experience. Bashing out playthrough after playthrough and deliberately answering questions a certain way to lead to a certain ending is missing the point IMO.
As someone whose full time job title is "Graphic Designer", I'd say your brother's work is of a good standard - like JJ72 said it's not spectacular and around degree level, but mine isn't massively better tbh - so he can charge a fairly decent rate. Don't know exactly what as I don't do freelance stuff (in the same way a car mechanic doesn't want to spend his evenings working on cars). As long as he charges more than the monkeys who call themselves a "freelance graphic designer" cos they downloaded Photoshop and made a poster, and less than the agencies, he should be fine.
The portfolio on his website is very limited though (I've been working for a year and mine is 20ish pages of varied stuff). Also the motorsport pics seem a bit unrelated?
EDIT: That "limiting the amount of changes" bit is a very good idea btw. I know from experience that if the amount of changes allowed is unlimited, the client will just **** about endlessly shifting copy and images around for no good reason, then blame you when the job is finished late.
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Not strictly true. The US are trying to extradite him because he broke into a computer on their soil. If it'd been a computer in the UK he would have been tried here. (IMO he shouldn't be extradited or even prosecuted for this, he's clearly harmless and made a mistake).
Why does this topic remind me of those SEO-heavy article marketing things? So just in case this topic reaches the top of the Google search list, I shall take the opportunity to say: IMO, they're overpriced shite like everything else Monster produces.
Love the way the ASA consider "faster is funner" to condone unsafe driving. Faster is funner - true. Whether it is unsafe is an entirely different issue dependent on the individual driver and road conditions.
Since when did an ad watchdog become experts on road safety?