This was a Xugo Studios project which was to make a somewhat unique gaming editorial site. We wanted to push our own creative expressions and explore our own emotional & intellectual attachment to the games we grew up on. For us that meant recreating some of the best experiences we had with games and calling into question how they affected our lives.
We started with a team of about 14 but then we found ourselves moving on in our lives where we just didn't feel like writing about video games, and most of our members were starting college or finishing up so none of us had a lot of free-time. Oh well, at least I learned a lot along the way about managing teams, creating opportunities and community management.