Five days in Los Angeles

I was recently approached by a friend to offer her insight about the stand-out things one might do in LA. I am not an expert, nor do I entitle myself an “Angeleno,” but I have spent the better part of one year in this expansive city exploring it through the eyes of a visitor. Here, forContinue reading “Five days in Los Angeles”

The stream of consciousness of theatrical game design (or how I set out to write one thing and just threw a dollop of something else on it)

Last week I decided to flip through LA Weekly in search of events that may interest my wife and I. Over the past two months, we have been heavily engrossed watching every season of “Frasier,” which happens to be one of my favorite shows, and you’d struggle to oversee the underlying importance of culture thatContinue reading “The stream of consciousness of theatrical game design (or how I set out to write one thing and just threw a dollop of something else on it)”

The 5 games that made me who I am

It’s my birthday today, and what better way to celebrate it than to list the games that made me who I am today? 1. Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (1992, PC) A friend dropped by me one day and asked if I had played Ultima Underworld. I scratched my Sega-infested, 16-year-old head in bewilderment. “UltimaContinue reading “The 5 games that made me who I am”