I born stateside, but my father was stationed in Okinawa, Japan. So we lived in the Makiminato Housing Area (Camp Kinser). We were there for around 8 years in total, from when I was around 3. That's probably fed into my love of Japanese culture and I used to head over there annually for Otakon guest-related stuff.
This far ahead of E3, I don't even know. That's a hard question to answer.
Hi-mi-tsu~! *anime wink*
Thanks. As I've said before, I want more diverse voices in the media. This includes minorities and part of making that happen is remaining visible myself, to show others they can do the same.
Evil corporation, maybe? It all comes down to execution. I like novelty, so as long as creators remember that they aren't the only game ever, we should be good. You have the ability to create anything, why stick to the same three or four plots? Live a little, switch it up.
I think I'm up to 15. I rotate ties in and out as the need arises. I frequently spill stuff on silk ties and have to retire them, too. I'd say 2 ties if you're just playing around and 6 if you want to be fly like me.
Ninja Blade I guess? I honestly don't have one. There's very little I play that I don't want anyone to know I play.
GamesIndustry.biz, our business-centric sister site. I mostly did daily news and the occasional interview/feature there. USgamer is my first consumer-focused site. That's why my work probably comes off a bit drier than Jeremy, Bob, Kat, and Jaz's writing.
I mean, let's not get crazy. Resident Evil 5 was a good game, even though I felt it was a bad survival horror. RE6 just try to be all things to all people. There was no focus to it.
Goddamn right! Kamen Rider Gaim is a wonderful magical tour, where Urobuchi does for Kamen Rider what he did for magical girls in Madoka Magica. The first quarter is uneven, but once it gets going, it's the hotness.