New Games Journalism the New Emo?
From the comments after Game Girl Advance’s article on the backlash against experiential game reviewing: “New Games Journalism is the new emo. No one wants to be called it, and everyone is accusing everyone else of doing it.”
It might have been the buckets of beer or just the balmy San Francisco night that had me feeling so upbeat after the Game Developers Choice Awards and the Independent Games Festival but even in sober retrospect it was pretty remarkable. On a basic level, it was simply […]
“‘No matter where you point your toes while squatting, your quads are always worked the same,’ quoth this cheerful, self-confident young bodybuilder. And what an inspiring vision to the artist.” — R. Crumb, Art & Beauty Magazine, issue two
Most Honoured, Word for Word
At first, I resisted reading Life of Pi by Yann Martel. A guy is stranded on a raft – it sounded like a concept that had been done before. But my friends raved about the book constantly, and when I finally broke down and read it, I found […]
Some preliminary details about a computer game based on the Bone comic: “We plan on executing the story as it is told in the comics. There will be added interactivity and we will take some license, but we are trying to stay true to the comic.”