Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
'Ello my old cockers! Don't take that offensively; I'm from Yorkshire!
Earlier this month I made a charming article for Game Revolution claiming that games cannot be viewed as a traditional art form 'cause they're far too inaccessible for the ordinary chap off the street. I can't post the thing 'ere, 'cause the chances are GR will reward me for their loyalty with a nifty little gift card. 'Owever, if the whole 'games as art' debate interests you, have a deek over 'ere for the article, as well as some bloke's charmin' rebuttal.
I've been a Honest Gamers writer for a few months now, and I'd like to talk about why I enjoy it so much. There's the obvious reasons, ranging from getting games for free to receiving advice on how to improve my writing. The key reason why I like HG goes a little deeper than those, though. Previewing and reviewing games as an individual has given me a large level of freedom.
See side-bar for my reviews ->
My name's Scott Constantine.
I'm a rather profilic writer.
I specialise in FPSes and strategies.
Other sites I contribute to:
The Three Rs: Staff member and one of the team of core writers. Over 800 posts about pop-culture and news spanning two years. Well worth a read, if only for the corny prose.