"Sticking it to the gaming industry, one Fact at a time."
Gaming "journalism" is anything but. What little integrity exists is swept away by the mountain of advertising dollars and press swag. When the gaming industry doesn't want you to know about something, it doesn't get reported. In short, gaming journalism bites.
In this article space I'll be detailing the experiences I've had with a bunch of different Xbox 360 titles. Please make note that these are first impressions after at least two hours of play of any given game, I mainly want to give you guys a heads up of what looks to be a sure thing and what looks to be crap or worth a rental instead.
After a week long agony of missed deliveries, bad weather and plane delays the Xbox 360 arrived at my house today. It was a long, hard journey but I knew sacrifices would be necessary when we launched Gamers With Jobs, it's the least I can do for my loyal readers.
The first snow of the year has fallen, along with the temperatures, and that can mean only one thing. It's cold, and I'm an idiot for living in Minnesota. But, if it meant two things, it would also mean that gaming season has begun.
Several years ago a professor of mine with whom I was close friends contracted anaplastic cancer of the thyroid, and, as usually happens in such cases, his death followed shortly thereafter. He willed me his considerable library, and I've only recently delved into the many boxes of loose papers that he collected over his lifetime.