Dammit, we want you to tell us stuff! Stuff like who do you follow?
This isn’t some marketing survey or whatever. It’s an emotional investment in you. Yes, we’re interested in knowing you, Kotaku reader person. You probably know enough about us — more than you even want to, we’re sure. But, hey, we’d like to know about you, too.
Anyway, here’s today’s question...
Which games industry people do you follow on Twitter?
Me? I mostly follow other games journos, but I do follow a few developers and the like. There's Farbs, who you probably know better as the guy who quit 2K Canberra via a Mario level; amusing Sony America mouthpiece Kevin Butler; home of many a fond PC gaming memory, Good Old Games; indie designer and creator of A Majesty of Colors, Gregory Weir; Obsidian's Chris Avellone, he of Fallout and Planescape: Torment fame; Spelunky and Aquaria designer Derek Yu; the official EB Games Australia feed; Puzzle Bots mastermind Erin Robinson; Ubisoft narrative designer Patrick Redding; Last Express and Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner; the very Polytronic Phil Fish; former Raven designer Manveer Heir; the brutal and legendary Tim Schafer; Hothouse Games' Nels Anderson, fresh from finishing Deathspank; Telltale dude, Idle Thumb and inherent videogame, Jake Rodkin; Ken Levine; a very fake Peter Molyneux; the lovely Jinx; Deus Ex designer, now at Arkane Studios, Harvey Smith; 2K Marin dude, Idle Thumb and inherent hot scoop, Steve Gaynor; and of course, Clint Hocking, formerly of Ubisoft Montreal and forever the man who thought up Far Cry 2.