Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Recently published in...

Video Game Collector #10, where I review Bowling for the Microvision (the first handheld video game system).

The issue also contained a surprise. In his guest editorial, Bill Kunkel, the legendary co-founder of Electronic Games magazine, writes: "It's been a lot of fun working with...a group of exciting young game writers including Scott Alan Marriott, Brett Weiss and Aaron Auzins."

Of course, I was pleased to read that Bill has enjoyed working with me, but I was even more pleased with the adjectives he chose. I haven't been called "young" or "exciting" in a very, very long time. ;)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

For some reason, at least when I was growing up, Atari was popular, but Colecovision was in color and had more games. I'm still not sure which is better.