Age 14 was about the height of my love for video games, and at the time nothing seemed more amazing for a fan of games than the yearly Electronic Entertainment Expo. E3 was always one of the craziest things about which to read — or more accurately, of which to see photos in glossy gaming […]
There’s not as much insidious corruption in writing games reviews as you might think. Or at least, there isn’t in my life.
There’s more to the failures of Internet journalism than laziness.
Been a pretty awesome year. Here’s a quick thanks to everyone who helped make it possible.
A little bit about my involvement with the Koobismo project, and minimizing conflicts of interest.
The Walking Dead isn’t about saving worlds, only about saving the people you care about.
Skipping a usual blog post about whatever. A friend and colleague, Matt Hughes, died yesterday.
Finding the honesty in your review, and not the cleverest words, seem to be what readers really want.
Ignoring the problem is just as dumb as participating in it.
It’s not as much fun as you think. Inevitably, readers on the Internet always seem to subscribe some incredible attributes to games journalists. Usually these have to do with the exorbitant checks we must be receiving from publishers and developers to sway public opinion. I figured today I’d take a minute and clear up a […]