By day, I write websites. Mostly of the direct marketing, transaction-focused variety. I've written for Verizon, AT&T, Boost Mobile, DIRECTV, ADT, Frontier, CenturyLink and more.
I've also written more Google Paid search ads than I can count. Plus some IVR phone scripts, and radio commercials.
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Sometimes I get paid to play video games. Most of the time, it's as fun as it sounds (despite being the freelance guy who gets the games no one else wants). These reviews come from Gamespot.com, GamesRadar.com and CinemaBlend.com starting in 2007.
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The biggest draw of this skateboard simulation is the unique controls, which are intuitive but disappointing.
This frustrating collection of minigames is an insult to vacations, holidays, and every other blissful experience.
This shallow fishing sim offers nostalgic fun for a moment, but its dated look and lack of new features make it a hard sell.
With an ancient design and old-fashioned gameplay, Command and Destroy is more like a gust of stale air than a blast from the past.
The charming art style and budget price aren't enough to keep this rigid fishing sim out of the depths of mediocrity.
It may be nothing more than a repackaged Arkanoid, but it plays well and makes for a great mobile game.
This railroad-inspired board game offers subtle strategy and an easy learning curve for less than the price of a real train ticket.
Deriving pleasure from this dull, monotonous RPG is a challenge that should only be undertaken by the most hardcore Code Lyoko fans.
The single-player won't entertain for long, but the simple premise, clean visuals, and fiendish challenge deliver hours of multiplayer fun.
Go Go Break Steady's mixture of two gameplay styles sounds interesting, but it doesn't work out as well as you'd hope.
This entertaining update to the classic arcade game is fun while it lasts, which is under an hour.
Grid offers a great balance of arcade and simulation racing with enough extras to keep you entertained for hours.
Island of Happiness offers plenty of satisfying farming gameplay, but the controls will leave you decidedly unhappy.
Lock's Quest's intuitive build mode and frantic, engaging battles are great for an action strategy game on the go.
With only minimal improvements to a well-worn formula, the Harvest Moon series is starting to show its age.
Poor controls and superfluous features hurt what is otherwise an enjoyable SimCity game.
Taking a page from the Civilization handbook, SimCity Creator offers an enjoyable evolutionary building experience.
Web of Shadows takes Spider-Man into new territory with an enjoyable action adventure romp that's over too soon.
Occasionally I do double (or even triple) duty, writing, illustrating, video stuff, voice over and more. I'm always pumped to pour more creativity into a project.