In Sean Sands final Press Released, he asks that you remember the people behind the videogames.
Press Released takes a bi-weekly look at the topical issues in gaming with a deeper examination of items that sometimes slip through the never ending news cycle. Unapologetic and occasionally a little outside the norm, Sean Sands offers a slightly different perspective on the news of the day.
In his penultimate article of Press Released, Sean Sands gives his personal advice on how to get a job writing about videogames.
Many a gamer have been asked this simple, yet slightly derisive question: "You still play videogames?" Sean Sands answers it.
The controversial scene in Modern Warfare 2 isn't as controversial as everyone may believe.
Can a dedicated PC Gamer make the change to consoles?
The L4D boycott is seemingly over, but Sean Sands wonders if it was a step in the right direction, or a step back.
Sean Sands waves goodbye to his inner know-it-all and embraces ignorance.
If you giggle any time sex is mentioned, read this article.
If you hated Fallout 3, give it another look. You may only dislike it the next time.
Gaming, the modern man's fountain of youth?
Activision isn't evil - but playing nice won't always win you the prom queen.
Duels of the Planeswalkers is a temptress even the card wary Seans Sands can't avoid.
If you think that industry writers aren't real journalists, then you're absolutely right.
The PSP Go is a study in 1999 mentality applied to a 2009 market.
Sean Sands discovers that he's secretly been a board gamer all along - he just never knew it.