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Chris Hudak

Chris Hudak is a writer, former San Francisco Zoo penguin recorder, frequent-flyer junkie, self-proclaimed lucid dream expert, poolshark-in-minnow’s-clothing, “student” of all things Japanese, borderline alcoholic (see “writer”), video-gamer-with-a-life, and moonlighting, kinda-sorta actor in his copious spare time.  He writes weird fiction, and contributes articles to Playboy, Wired, The Toronto Star, and whoever else has money.  Chris is the protagonist of the Harlan Ellison short story “Keyboard”—no, really—and someday wants a house in Walt Disney World.

    Mafia II Review

    When you're here, you're Family. I'm not sure if it's catharsis or merely 'Saying Something'. It seems that for every game I appreciate that involves an out-and-out Good Guy protagonist—a morally-upstanding freedom fighter, heroic can-do…

    by Chris Hudak
    August 27th, 2010

    Mafia II Review

    When you're here, you're Family. I'm not sure if it's catharsis or merely 'Saying Something'. It seems that for every game I appreciate that involves an out-and-out Good Guy protagonist—a morally-upstanding freedom fighter, heroic can-do…

    by Chris Hudak
    August 27th, 2010