Isaiah Taylor's Blog
What do I put here? I majored in Photography at Ohio State. I minored in CSE and Entomology. I began freelance writing about gaming and art as a result of being homeless for about six months. If you would like to contribute to the "Feed The Isaiah Taylors" Fund, e-mail me at email@example.com.
Lead programmer, Mike Anthony, caps off my final installment of the Colony Wars interviews.
As a follow-up to my Colony Wars feature, Andy Satterthwaite provides insight to being a producer on Colony Wars.
Hello, if you've seen recent articles and/or video regarding rape or rape culture, homophobia, and sexism -- you may want to read this.
After mulling over last year's sales numbers and creative endeavors, I have to ask, what makes a good year for gaming? Is the games industry set on always being better [fiscally] the next year? Is this a good approach?
Much like the PS3 hacks, I'm wondering if gaming outlets will cross the line between reporting the news to advertising a product when the PSP2 is announced.
Will 2011 be the Alamo for the PSP Brand?
Isaiah Taylor's Comments
[News - 09/04/2015 - 03:00]
looks at clipboard r n ...
looks at clipboard r n r nNow we just gotta get some women of color into some of these top positions. That 'd be pretty rad too.
[News - 06/08/2015 - 12:54]
Props to you Kris for ...
Props to you Kris for telling it like it is. Hoping you 're not discouraged from comment sections like these that are quick to well actually. r n r nAlso, thanks for linking us to a variety of perspectives on the topic. It 's hard enough trying to get voices ...
[Blog - 05/11/2015 - 02:32]
I 'd argue that games ...
I 'd argue that games that advertise that they are hard games are just being honest about their challenge and moments of difficulty. I find that more welcoming than playing the 'Normal ' difficulty of a first-person shooter and being gated by these sudden ramp-ups in difficulty. There is usually ...
[News - 01/06/2015 - 07:18]
Wow. Umm ... that 's ...
Wow. Umm ... that 's pretty cool. Would love to see this become widespread in all of games culture. Including sports.
[News - 10/13/2014 - 11:43]
Weeks later and this is ...
Weeks later and this is still one of my favorite pieces of writing and damn do I kick myself for not making it out to this panel. Kudos.
[Blog - 07/22/2014 - 06:08]