I've been writing over at Game Informer, but the (admittedly, extremely remote) possibility of getting free games to review has made me cast my net out a bit wider. I even set up my own video game blog.
Of course, I wasn't writing enough to keep that alive, so I jumped at the possible opportunity to write for somebody else's blog.
The first one didn't pan out.
However, there's a new site that's trying to get going, and they're looking for new writers. It's called Video Game Fever, and Ronald, one of the main guys behind it (there are two, I believe) contacted me about the possibility of writing for them. After some great back and forth conversation where we hashed out what we both wanted to get out of it, I'm now writing some stuff for them. Mainly reviews, as it is also a news site, and I don't think I can keep up with the news. I may write some opinion pieces too. We'll see.
Anyway, my first post went up last night!
It's a review of the new game, L.A. Noire. An awesome, but flawed game about crime in Los Angeles in 1947.
(Thanks to GamerNode)
I'll keep posting here when something goes up, until/unless it becomes frequent enough that it would get really annoying.
Annoying readers: BAD THING. I try not to do that.
Check it out and let me know what you think.