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Blast Interview – Leigh Alexander of Gamasutra

Leigh Alexander is no stranger to video game journalism. In approximately 5 years she has gone from writing her own personal weblog, Sexy Videogameland (which she still maintains) to becoming Editor at Large at Gamasutra. She’s also a writer for The Creators Project and often writes freelance for EDGE Magazine. Her writing, which often focuses on social media and modern gaming culture, has appeared in Thought Catalog, Variety, Slate, L.A. Times, and many other publications. After delivering a brilliant keynote address at last week’s Boston Festival of Indie games, Blast got the chance to sit down and pick the brain of the lovely and talented Leigh Alexander. (2K Games, Culture, Digital: A Love Story, Final Fantasy VII, Indie, Industry, Mark of the Ninja, Mass Effect 3, Retro, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day")

Tzuno  +   1149d ago
One last question do you use vibrate function on your joystick when you play the games???

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