"Courage and perseverance are important if one is to run anything resembling a news organization...the folks at theOtaku.com have demonstrated themselves to have ample quantities of both."
~ TCJ (The Comics Journal)
"A couple years of experience in the Otaku circle have taught me at least one good lesson--to trust Adam."
~ myO member
"Adam is actually a decently accomplished troll."
"The scale of Adam's cunning genius is truly frightening."
I saw a screening tonight. Really great documentary that highlights the developers behind the hit games Braid, Super Meat Boy and Fez.
Working on creative projects that can take literally years to develop is one of the most mood-swinging, draining things you can do and this film captured that struggle well.
I spent two weeks finishing a fully functioning prototype for version 1.0 of my new game hobby project
Epic fail. I was really disappointed with it. And watching people play it (the best way to know how good something is) was even more disappointing.
That's the hard part of games - and most other types of art, too - it's really tough to know whether what you envision will actually end up being any good once finished
So I talked to some smart people, hit the drawing board and am almost done with version 2.0.
Hopefully this will be worthy...
Here is a concept drawing of the type of monster you can expect to see in the new game I'm working on :)
...Which is awesome because I'm one of you.
I know some of you will miss Nappa as our mascot, but he'll be our official "backup" mascot. Maybe we might even do a thing where he drops by theO once a month to say "hi"
I'm debating how we choose what mascot to use on theO.
Here are two options:
(1) Our staff can get together and decide
(2) Our staff narrows down the finalists to 8 or so and we can do a "tournament" like we did with our "Best Anime Character Ever" contest, spread out over the month
What do you think?