Hi, folks. I'm greywolfe an ex-commmentor from Joystiq.
Those of you who knew me from there will know that I have fairly strong opinions on particular matters [digital rights management, the way games are sold as exclusives and how gaming has turned from a $60 hobby into a $100+ hobby because of "downloadable content."]
I have a strong appreciation for older titles, most notably old adventure games and turn-based rpg's - so long as there is a single protagonist and a good story. For modern games, I have found myself picking up a fair number of "retro-styled" platformers and the more interesting story-based games that have come down the pike. Modern AAA gaming doesn't do very much for me and I believe that the future of our hobby lies with the independent developers who do such great and diverse work.
I have joined the Twinstiq crew, partly because I figure I should give something back to the community that made Joystiq so great, but also because I figure that I'd like to do some more writing on a schedule.
My current schedule for articles is:
General opinion-based pieces on Monday.
Review-focused pieces on Friday.
Thank you to everyone who reads my work and comments. Your interest is greatly appreciated.