Our next Trading Card Spotlight features Geoffrey Lin, who currently is displayed on card number 16
, from the Superstars of 2011 Collection. Geoffrey Lin is a full time college student. Geoffrey offers his insight on various games and systems. He holds many world records in video gaming on such games as Platoon on the NES and No More Heroes on the Wii. Outside video gaming Geoffrey enjoys digital photography. What are your opinions about today’s generation of video games? How do you compare them to older, classic games?
I think that a lot of games today have much bigger stories to tell, but sometimes they feel too easy just so we could find out what happens next.
Our next Trading Card Spotlight features Ken Williams, A.K.A “Sushi-X”, who currently is displayed on card number 30
, from the Superstars of 2011 Collection. Ken was on the staff of Electronic Gaming Monthly in the early 1990’s. In 2006 Ken, along with Terry “Trickman” Minnich, founded the website VGEvo.com which was followed by Retroids.com
. Ken has been and still is a huge supporter of the video game culture and has helped many charitable causes such a “Child’s Play” and “Extra Life”. Some of Ken’s all-time favorite games include Street Fighter and Bubble Bobble. What does it take to be a Video Game Journalist?
Integrity, humility and bravery. At least, that’s what it used to take so you could write about games objectively without political agendas. I’m allergic to political correctness, so I avoid much of the industry today.