Why is game journalism not close to a 50:50 split? Numbers show as many women are enjoying games as men, and every woman I have met in the industry is as good, if not better, than their male colleagues. What is telling is that there seems to be a far closer parity with video journalists than writers (to be clear I do not mean presenters, I mean video journalists).
When I was young words scared me. Suffering from dyslexia the patterns of letters were enigmas. After being diagnosed with my condition I found myself reassured in what I was capable of if I applied myself. After years of being
There is something to be said about the way you view an entertainment. Personally I see sport like news, an event that you find out about, to others it is a drama. I know this fact and respect it so,
Different sites have different mandates on the subject of at what point a review should be written. I used to believe that a reviewer should experience a game in its entirely before they could reasonably pass judgment. It is a
It was not really a random remark, but a question so simple that I had somehow never asked it of myself. My friend (and podcast co-host) Darren was visiting me in Japan and we were considering my return to the