We'll Be Back After This

Didja miss me?

Sorry for the long post-E3 quiet period. Between the show, the parties, writing for NPR and GameMethod (great guys, by the way), battling jet lag, making up for a week’s worth of missed work at my day job, losing my home Internet connection temporarily, planning for Memorial day, and so forth, it has been a bit tough for me to get back into blogging. But I’m sure you’ve all been too busy with similar problems to even notice, right? Right!

I’ll be diving back into the usual schedule in a big way next week with lots of outdated E3 commentary. Until then, there are plenty of other sites out there writing some great stuff. Go read one of them.

6 thoughts on “We'll Be Back After This

  1. Sorry to see that the GameMethod.com web address has been hijacked:-(Anyway, E3 is pretty crazy time, but the written output in general wasn’t anything special. Here’s looking forward to getting back to games!

  2. I know all too well the “post E3 irrelivance” of the things that we put up. Far too many sites are worried about being the first to post everything that they don’t bother to actually digest what they saw and use their heads.Between all of the parties, interviews, running around from press conference to press conference and organizing staff, I was getting about 2 hours of sleep a night. It took me almost a week just to get caught up on sleep, let alone getting any work done myself. I’ll be posting stuff for weeks on my site, most of which was outdated the day I stepped on that plane to come home because some fansites uploaded everything already.*shrug*Not first, just better.

  3. I couldn’t agree more, Dan. 🙂 Most online publications consider E3 to be a race, not an outlet to get new and meaningful content. So much information is lost in the hopes of rapidly producing a preview that neatly sums a game up – it ends up completely lacking depth or personality. If you’re going to take that route, you might as well post a fact sheet.

  4. Yeah, what he said. But until then go read this: < HREF="http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=59379" REL="nofollow">http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=59379<>A very entertaining review I saw over on < HREF="http://www.evilavatar.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2470" REL="nofollow">Evil Avatar<>. Apparently Kieron Gillen has a habit of writing good stuff?

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