Positive changes posited for Australian games classifications and a delightful package in the mail – it was a good day.
What didn’t happen today, amirite? You’re right: I didn’t eat anything not “cooked” in a microwave. That did not occur. Good call.
I won a gleeful competition today, ate a delicious steak for lunch, managed to play some games, and even – gasp! – wrote some video games news. Amazing.
I’m back! Did you miss me? D-did you notice I was gone…?
Nintendo cut the ribbon on TGS week, which means we’re now officially in for it.
Something of a quiet day today, for which I thank the gaming gods most profoundly. This trip isn’t planning itself, worst luck.
Can it be? Is it really five o’clock? On Friday? Rock. On.
Quick, quick, quick, I have an appointment with capitalist principals! Let’s get going!
The sun shone, the cat stole my chair, and I drank so much tea I started to buzz.
Three more hours, Brenna, You can do it.
Good afternoon, soldiers! Spring has sprung and I am both cheery and productive – evidence lies within.
It’s Friday, baby! And the whole world’s gone mad for games, because they’re the best. Forever.
Let’s make this snappy, kiddies. It’s late night shopping and I wish to exercise my capitalist tendencies.
Almost every day, someone asks me what I did at work. And I’m like, I wrote news about video games. What did you expect me to say?
It’s what time? Well, it’s good thing I a) like you a lot and b) have absolutely no life.
See this is the bit where I should be like, “it’s work time in your time zone and Deus Ex in mine, suckers!” but my PC is still in bits on the floor. Great.
Any second now, someone’s going to turn up and take over so I can go lie in a puddle of blankets and hate everything. Any. Second. Now – there we go.
Today, I learned a lot of things about video games, and also, one thing about Jodie Foster.
Today was an exciting delight from start to finish.
It was a beautiful day. The sun shone, birds sang, I drank a lot of cough medicine and news flew from my fingertips like nourishing rain on the earth of the Internet. One or more of these things is not true.