I had intended to take it easy last week in order to recover from the madness of E3, but then I ended up working more than full-time anyway. It’s a sad, sick compulsion, I guess. I feel like I really ought to have burned out by now, but I still get anxious when I’m not being productive.
So, it turns out that despite my best intentions I produced two of the best pieces of writing I’ve put together in recent memory. They’re worth reading. You would enjoy them!
Someone sent me an amazing add-on for the coolest video game accessory ever, the Game Boy Camera. I asked for the full story on it; and, postscript, it’s looking more and more likely that this thing will see a proper release, at least in some limited capacity.
It also gave me the excuse to photograph E3 2015 with a Game Boy Camera, so that was fun. My one regret is that I only carried with me on the final day, so I didn’t get photos of everyone I interviewed. I passed Animal Crossing director Aya Kyogoku at the end of the show and she recognized and greeted me following our interview a few days prior, but my reluctance to bother developers outside the confines of an appointment kept me from adding her to my GBC film roll. I did get this guy, however:
…but that was as part of a scheduled interview. See:
I have to assume that if you’re still reading this blog, you’re the sort of person who cares about this conversation. Or else you’re my mother. Hi Mom!