I know I have said the next issue of GameSpite Journal — currently in production in whatever spare time I can sneak in — would be the last, but I’ve had a partial change of heart. It’ll be the next to last. For sentimental reasons and a bit of closure, there’ll be one final volume at the end of the year, provided enough contributors are interested in participating.
Meanwhile, for the few of you who read this blog but inexplicably not USgamer… first, let me exhort you to change your reading habits. Secondly, I’ve published a few pieces this week that I’m actually really happy with. Maybe even proud?
- Great Works, Troubling Moments: A response to the occasionally nasty online conversation that has been circling Dragon’s Crown this week (and before this week). I tried to be nice about it.
- Ultima III: Exodus, Whence RPGs Came Forth: Man, Ultima III is 30 years old this month. Here’s why it was/is a big deal.
- Tales of the World’s Worst Batman: I’m terrible at Arkham Origins‘ multiplayer, but I tried to make up for it with a not-entirely-serious preview.
- Pikmin 3 review: Hey, this game is out tomorrow. It’s really good, and you should consider picking it up if you’re one of the handful of world citizens who happens to own a Wii U.