In 2002, Andrew Lum strapped a TV to his chest, a GameCube to his belt and crashed Sony parties. He was paid to do this, but, really, Andrew Lum loves Nintendo. Today, he’s making a Nintendo game.
Come hear the tale of how one video game journalist, driven by the love of the Slurpee, overcame tremendous odds to travel one and a half blocks in two hours.
This past weekend, N’Gai Croal and I launched an idea two years in the making: The Best Method Of All Time For Selecting The 10 Best Video Games Of All Time. Or, as we more humbly call it: Canon Fodder.