Wow. I can't believe it's already time yet again for another E3. It seems like all I've done over the past few months is run around like a cucco with its head cut off. I felt like taking a few moments to sit and reflect on what's going on that I'd actually like to see happen at this year's show, but I've got to get to more news. I've gotta keep moving, keep writing, and keep plugging away. So when the dust settles, I'll be back with some thoughts and opinions on what's been going on with all the new games coming out to attack our faces and whatnot.
In the meantime, in the spirit of the Destructoid community and how I'm not able to talk to a lot of you as much as I'd like, here's what I've been up to if any of you are interested, and what I plan on writing in the near future if the ol' Bossmen say it's okay and all. Also, thanks for hanging out with me across all of my inane posts and through all of my Queens of the Stone Age references. You may not notice them, but they're there. Always. Watching. Don't look. Just keep your eyes peeled.
Ultra Street Fighter IV. Review incoming.
Monster Monpiece. Review incoming.
PlayStation Vita Pets. Review incoming.
Mind Zero. Review incoming.
The Tomodachi Life demo, over and over. I haven't been able to purchase it yet, but I will have it before the weekend is out. Mark my words on that.
The Forest. Expect some impressions at some point.
If you have any questions about the above games that you'd like me to cover in my reviews, let me know here! I'd be happy to answer them.
I'm thinking of writing...
A piece on visual novels you should play, and a brief primer on them. A lot of you seem to have some questions on which ones are actually worth getting into and which are a waste of time. Perhaps divided by genre and whatnot. Open to suggestions.
A guide to the Shin Megami Tensei games and mythos. Will take a bit of time to prepare, but would be great to get up in time for all of the Persona goodness on the way.
More of my blogs about horrible games. Did you guys dig that last one? Should I keep doing those when time permits?
I'm humiliating myself...
Just for fun, for anyone who told me I could sing well, have this cover of Ashlee Simpson's "Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya)" I did back in 2008 -- coincidentally, a year before I decided I wanted to re-record Lit's "My Own Worst Enemy" with lyrics about winning 1UP's contest to send one lucky blogger to E3. I didn't win. Goddamn.
Brittany Stormborn of House Destructoid, Queen of the Weeaboos and the First Otaku, Khaleesi of the Great Plains, Breaker of Bust A Groove 2 Jewel Cases, and Mother of Niche/Rare Games
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About Brittany Vincent
Can't play witcha, I been busy workin', baby.
Brittany Vincent is an accomplished video game and freelance entertainment writer whose work has been featured in esteemed publications and online venues like G4TV.com, Mashable, Joystiq, Complex, IGN, GamesRadar, VG247, Kotaku, Tom's Guide, Nerdist, TechRadar, The Escapist, Gamezebo, GameSpot, and more. She’s been writing professionally for ten years and enjoys combining her lifelong love of gaming and extensive video game knowledge with her passion for the written word.
Currently, she is one of the Managing Editors of G4@Syfygames (syfygames.com/news) and previously an Associate Editor at Destructoid. She's a regular contributor at several other outlets as well.
She also enjoys writing for horror publications like Rue Morgue, Bloody Disgusting, and Dread Central. Over the past few years, she’s also worked with PR representatives to build relationships and obtain review products for her work, having managed her own gaming website and small teams to attend video game conventions such as PAX East in 2010 and E3 in 2011. In addition, she was the community manager at Japanator from 2013-2014.