Here’s my first article, thanks to Simon Ferrari. The things I left out were due to trying to be more professional, but someone at Kotaku should be slapped for daring to use the pronoun its in conjunction with a person of ambiguous sex (virtual or not).
What does this mean for Vorpal Bunny Ranch? Better things. The problem with my life has largely been trying to figure out what I want to do with it. Those decisions have been made: games, whether that be acting, writing, designing, et cetera. I’m still working on my prototype of Love Life, and will beta test and publish the results and design documents and scribblings here when done.
Now that my ennui is over, and I find myself looking at many projects while keeping busy, I am spending more time focused. The plan is to be a weekly blog; publish one article a week. This includes the LGBT Spotlight, Gayble, game criticism (not reviews, however), and general thoughts on gaming (and, of course, Corvus Elrod‘s Blogs of the Round Table).
Not to mislead, my stint at GayGamer will not be as in depth as I frequently strive to achieve here. If I write reviews, they will be proper reviews. There will be news stories covered. Opinion articles are accepted, but I don’t wish to be that guy. This will still largely be my space to critically engage games themselves.
There are also a few ideas I have for Critical-Distance, including a possible critical compilation of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, which I just finished last night. So, you know, if any particular posts on that game caught your fancy (or you’re proud of your own), please let me know in the comments.
Thank you for all of your support over this past year plus. When I started, I would never have guessed at making so many informative and delightful friends, or to learn nearly as much as I have. Here’s to another year of much learning and reading from you all.
P.S. Thanks to SnakeLinkSonic, this site will have a new banner coming as soon as I finish making the font to accompany his lovely artwork seen above.