“[Digital Homicide] had a history of shady and dishonest behavior. I will not deny the pleasure I take in sticking it to them, but their name is mud for a reason, and people deserve to know who’s really selling them products.” – Jim Sterling on his ask.fm according to Plaintiff’s complaint. We are watching a legal case that might have deeper ramifications than anyone had … Continue reading Does Digital Homicide Have A Case Against Jim Sterling?
A Look At The Absence Of Objectivism Between Games Journalists And Their Readers “Can I give you a Christmas card? Well, generally I think most people would say a Christmas card would not necessarily make you bias in some way. Can I give you a gift of some value? Well, maybe- but how much value? Can I give you a ruler that had my company’s … Continue reading Conflicted Interests In Videogame Journalism
Short film made for the St. Petersburg 48 Hour Film Festival. Ben Fuzzman is a detective who doesn’t play by the rules. In his younger years, he hosted a TV show for kids until a man killed his wife and family. Now, he hits the streets looking for the man who ruined his life. Can he find him in a world where puppets are treated … Continue reading The Fuzz – Short Film