I’ve been as busy as I can be writing freelance content these past six months, on top of a full-time job and part-time University study. I’ve been learning quite a bit, and wanted to highlight the best of my content, because every post on this blog was made to get my foot in the door, and doesn’t reflect how I write today.
My foot is precariously jammed in that door, but I refuse to move it no matter how damn tired it gets. I owe this drowsy-foot status to these few posts, so I won’t delete them. They got me my first freelance gig at WhatCulture, which got me Author status at KeenGamer. The latter of which has been a huge reason why my work has improved to meet SEO and formatting standards in the industry.
For a better reflection of my writing skills, here is a selection of my most-viewed articles, and examples of my varied content:
DC Comics and Warner Bros are planning multiple scripted superhero podcasts exclusive to the audio streaming service Spotify. Confirmed characters include Batman, Superman, Lois Lane, Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Katana, The Riddler, and Batgirl.
Resident Evil fans have it good right now. A couple of recent critically acclaimed games under Capcom’s belt, another two games that we know of in development and now a TV show is in the works at Netflix.
Andrew Dabb (best known for his work on the TV show Supernatural) will be the showrunner on the hour-long eight-episode series. Dabb said Resident Evil is his favourite game of all time, and that we will see ‘a lot of old friends’.
The show is set in two separate time lines, one before a zombie apocalypse, one during, and will follow brand-spanking-new character Jade Wesker’s story throughout both. The show has the same production company as the movies, but is going to be set in its own universe.
The Netflix show could turn out to be terrible, but it would be stupid to judge it this early on, and not a lot of fun, so let’s throw a list of wishes at the wall and hope a couple stick!
Sony’s 2020 annual report as been released, and along with the word ‘synergy’ being used close to 45 million times, it has given us a few interesting facts and figures about where the PlayStation 4 is at now, and what Sony’s gaming plans are for the future.