It’s amazing how some six year old, random blog post can still be inspiring to a new reader years and years later.
Maybe you found this site by entering “Video Game Journalism” in your favorite search engine. Maybe you reached it because I told you to come check it out in passing. Or perhaps you’re here because you wanted to head over to IGN.com for the latest coverage on that new video game you’re dying to buy, but you clicked on the wrong link and landed here instead (if it’s the latter, my apologies—it happens to all of us. That can be found here.) But if you’ve got any interest in reading about video games, the struggles of a twenty-something male who has no idea what he’s doing with his life, or just like random pictures of otters (and who doesn’t?) then stick around—I promise I can deliver on at least one of those three.
This site is the definitive chronicle of one man’s journey to break the shackles of his dreary professional life and be a part of something he’s passionate about—hearing himself talk. Specifically, about video games.
And who knows? Maybe six years from now, you’ll be reading this post for the first time, wondering if you’ve got the moxie required to take the risks I did when I started this journey, and how it all worked out in the end.
Here’s hoping I don’t disappoint.