Tag Archives: e3
There’s kind of a trend for writing and talking about how great events used to be, because the only thing cooler than being at an event is being in the middle of things while being unimpressed by it. Like being … Continue reading
After Dickwolves, I decided not to attend PAX. This is not an idle decision, or a ragequitting of a fairly underwhelming webcomic. I’m a freelance games writer who regularly covers E3, SXSW, GDC, Casual Connect, IndieCade, TechCrunch Disrupt, East Coast … Continue reading
It might have gotten lost in all the E3 / XBONE / PlayStation 4 craziness, but retail giant Amazon has just started selling indie games. This has major applications for both indie games developers and smaller games publications, so I … Continue reading
When I first moved to New York (Well, I was actually moving to Scep and Katie’s study, but now that you know that all my exciting LA adventures involve me staying in the murder hotel, I guess “moving to my … Continue reading
Whenever I go to Los Angeles, I stay at the Cecil Hotel. It’s walking distance to the convention center that holds E3 and the Spike VGA, and it’s on a couple of bus lines. I really love the faded old-Hollywood glamour … Continue reading
Today I got a LinkedIn request from a professional contact that began “Hi Meg, we played Kinect wearing wigs at E3…”. This industry is pretty freaking awesome.
The sharp contrast between the all-out promotion of AAA titles at E3 and the laid-back schoolyard of IndieCade was particularly evident at Twistianapolis 500. Twistianapolis relies on a homemade, souped-up Twister board, a recording calling out body parts and colors, … Continue reading
“Guess what I did while you were away?” Harold asks, when I get back from E3. “Read a Star Trek novel on your iPad?” “Um. Well, yes. But I was going to say something else.”
I was delayed at LAX on the way back from E3. I camped out by an outlet, with my laptop and my Starbucks cup and about ten thousand press kits, all the paraphenalia of my awesome life. Ok, so I … Continue reading
Sometimes I take pictures with weird lighting and think I’m artistic.