After writing 11,296 stories for Kotaku I find myself at a loss for words as I write this, my last for the site.
Video games do cause real life violence. I know this because after a half hour of playing Drive-By: Gang Warfare for the iPad at Crecente's request, I'm Google mapping his house and checking eBay for firearms.
Not only did my face manage to make it's way onto the The Colbert Report last night, as I slept, but it did so as the voice of the Twittersphere.
In this final season two episode of Players Only with Scott Steinberg, Crecente and Totilo join Oddworld's Lorne Lanning, Cliff Bleszinski, and many more as they discuss the evolution of games journalism.
Don't worry, the latest new character for Fairytale Fights isn't always a naked man with a sword. Sometimes he has an axe.
A few months back, Robert Sanchez, a talented writer formerly of the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post, hung-out with me in my lush jungle home offices to research a story about all things Crecente for 5280 Magazine.
This morning my family and I are kicking off a two-and-a-half week road trip that will have us traveling across a dozen states or so.
I popped into ManiaTV Arcade's War Room show earlier this week to loom over the shoulders of their hosts and talk about the year in games and where we might be headed.
Here for your viewing is another little video experiment we're tinkering with. I know people have been wanting us to do a podcast for quite sometime. And I want to do a podcast, but frankly I hate how bloated they've become. Also, I really wanted to do something with video. Oh and I like shooting people and arguing.…
After Crecente snuck onto the PAX showroom floor he headed directly into the throne room itself to get a first hand discussion with the Kings of PAX Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik. In his talk with the guys they discuss topics ranging from Crecente's socks to the future of Child's Play. This is the fifth PAX event…
San Francisco. That game would have been a whole lot shorter if they had just been upfront about things. I didn't even ask you guys a geography question! Crecente is out for the better part of this week, hopping between San Francisco and LA for various events with companies such as Electronic Arts, Sony, Ubisoft,…