Lena LeRay's Blog
Lena LeRay is a writer for Gamasutra sister site IndieGames.com. Her day job is teaching English in Japan as a JET Program participant. She is teaching herself programming as she goes.
TL;DR: You should read more stage plays if you're interested in improving your game writing skillz.
Tales from the Borderlands episode 4 is the best yet, with fantastic emotional high and low points. This is about what is awesome and meta about the highest of the high points.
Ashley Barry wrote a great piece about how death is handled in games. One thing she talked about was the ritual of sending in FFX and how so few games deal with handling grief. That made me think about FFX-2.
There's been a problem with game promotion and YouTube for a while, one that is only going to get worse if YouTube Gaming is seriously going to go forward without video descriptions.
This started as a thing about offering rebindable keys and turned into a ramble about meeting audience expectations for input options in general.
Extra Credits put Life is Strange on their educational Steam curator list, saying it'd be great for English classes. I think it would be, too, but I still don't like the game.
Lena LeRay's Comments
[News - 10/07/2015 - 07:22]
Are residuals really the issue ...
Are residuals really the issue Because I 'm pretty sure a couple of actors are on record as saying they voted yes because of safety and health concerns.
[Blog - 09/30/2015 - 02:03]
As a member of the ...
As a member of the press who receives feature lists often, though, I recommend not actually bolding the verbs when you send them. I can 't speak for other people, but I find that doing so makes the list much harder to read. I end up reading only the bolded ...
[Blog - 09/28/2015 - 01:25]
There will be other, similarly ...
There will be other, similarly short lines in between all the levels, so I 'll be filling the story out. Just with fewer and denser words than before. :D
[Blog - 09/01/2015 - 01:35]
[Blog - 08/14/2015 - 01:58]
How is stretching the image ...
How is stretching the image a better solution People can tell when that happens, and I know I 'm not alone in finding that look unpleasant.
[Blog - 07/30/2015 - 01:46]