GWJ Radio: Preempted by Life

GWJ Radio Will Return Next Week.

April 10th - 15th

Considering the nefarious actions of certain sites of, some might say, ill repute, I think it's important to note that we do not sell our billing for Game of the Week. We have taken this firm stand because we are mighty in our principles!

A GDC 2006 Retrospective

The Game Developers Conference is, well, ... a conference attended by game developers and those aspiring to be one. Really now. It isn't exactly a cheap event; fortunately, however, the company I'm working for thought it would be a good idea to send zee Spun to San Jose this year, covering most of the expenses. The Keynotes

... And I Feel Fine

Fair warning: virtually no gaming related content to follow -

Kingdom Hearts II

"If there ever comes a day when we can't be together, keep me in your heart, and I'll stay there forever."--Winnie The Pooh

Gamers With Jobs Radio Episode Twenty-Five

Episode Twenty-Five - April 4th, 2006 "M for Mature" Starts to Mean Something, GTA: Chicago, Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter: Xbox vs. 360, Far Cry: Predator and more!

April 3rd - April 8th

It's April, and the world is changing. Many of us will be plunged into a diurnal crisis as the clocks artificially lurch forward leaving the sun up suddenly, and unusually, late. Natural selection exerts its theoretical dominance as the stubborn and terminally stupid plunge through thin ice on thawing lakes.

The Big, Blue Eye

I have a sign on my bathroom wall. It's not a picture of a sailboat with my name next to it, nor is it one of those cutesy depictions of a cherubic boy and girl asking visitors to not pee in the pool. It's a street sign. One of those Neighborhood Watch signs with the giant blue eye admonishing passersby that their every move is being watched.

Re: Oblivion

This is not a review. Frankly I have no interest in reviewing Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for a number of reasons. First I'd lose a lot of objective credibility in making statements like the following: Oblivion is one of the greatest CRPGs made. It is in the company of titles like Fallout, Planescape: Torment, Baldur's Gate, and Ultima IV.

Adventures of Old

I'm sure that anybody more than slightly beyond my own twenty-three years of age will laugh heartily when I say that I am growing old. This is because they are ancient and jaded, and their favorite thing to do is to make fun of younger people and dismiss what they say. I'm not quite to that point yet, but I can feel the metamorphosis occurring.