Posted on Tuesday, June 26 2012 @ 15:13:53 PST
Now that E3 is over, it seems like video games have settled into hibernation for the summer... or whatever, everyone is out at the beach or something. It's funny: working in this industry, you get an odd feeling at this time every year.
It's like nothing is happening, nothing is going on, it feels like your very life is stagnating. Sure, I could clear my backlog or review that shitty summer release, but so much of my day is focused on what's new, what's just been announced, what people said. There's nothing. It's dead.
Still, that gives us a bit more time to focus on other things, like how the GameRevolution is readying itself for the onslaught of games through the Fall, Winter, and Spring seasons. There's a ton to speculate about, projects to prepare, and work to get ready for, but in the mean time, what are we to do with ourselves?
This is crunch time for so much of the industry, but we're here twiddling our thumbs waiting for some goddam news.