The October 2005 issue of Computer Gaming World had an editorial on the backpage and it had a cool little graphic montage. Here it is, magnified.
Computer Gaming World, October 2005, back page article. I still don't understand what the article is supposed to be saying...
I'll react to the inaccuracies in the article right here:
#1: Daikatana sold over 200,000 copies worldwide after its first year on the shelf. That is not a pathetic sales number in the PC market, especially circa 2000.
#2: I wasn't the marketing dept. at Ion or Eidos - I didn't come up with the "Bitch Ad"
#3: I didn't sneak my face into DOOM II - that was an easter egg planted by Adrian Carmack and Kevin Cloud
#4: I "court celebrity" just about as much as anyone else doing their job in this world. When a magazine wants to know what I'm doing, I tell them. It gets printed. There you go, that's the whole crazy, power-hungry trip I'm on - I talk to journalists so they can write and make a living.
Back in 1982, just before moving to England during my sophomore year of high school (10th grade), I wrote a book about how to program Apple II arcade games and the school paper wrote about it.
LOVE THOSE MASSIVE GLASSES!
Also, the little ad for Supercade: I *LOVED* that place! I used to go there alot. In fact, it was there that I saw Donkey Kong the very first time. I still remember the New Smell of that place, the way all the arcades smelled back then.....freshly minted arcade games finally unleashed....ahhhhhhh!