jschreier
Jason Schreier
jschreier
News editor. Author of Blood, Sweat, and Pixels.
Apr 28
14

Welcome to Triple-Click, the only video game podcast hosted by three ex-Kotaku employees who told the Herb to shove it. Read more

Apr 23
1

Oh man the time flies. You’ve been awesome and I loved your book. I also just realized how much I’ve grown as a person in the last 8 years. Read more

Apr 18
1

“They also wanted to cut back on crunch, the ubiquitous practice of working nights and weekends to finish video games.” Read more

Apr 17
1

Well, crap. You know when you know for a long time that something is coming, so that helps you mentally prepare so when it happens it... still hurts like a sumbitch regardless? Read more

Apr 17
1

We will miss you Jason!  You were my favorite writer - especially your love for Suikoden 2 and your Destiny headlines.  One hell of a picture and caption for a signoff!

Apr 16
1

well crap man.

You’ve been a seriously impressive voice on this website for a very long time, and I’ll miss all the news and reviews and fun shit you write here.

I know you’ll still be writing elsewhere, but it won’t have the same irreverence and sheer sass.

Cheers, and thanks for the great content!

Apr 16
1

First and foremost, congrats and best of luck on the next exciting chapter in your adventure! I will continue to read your work where ever you go as I’ve always found it delightful. But don’t worry, I will continue to read Totilo’s work too. Thank you Jason for all of your hard work and exceptional journalism while at Read more

Apr 16
1

Thanks so much for your amazing work for this outlet, Jason. You’re a major reason of why I tell people who want to understand games in their full social, cultural, economic, and ideological breadth, they should read Kotaku (I even assign your features about the video game industry to my digital media course students). Read more

Apr 16
1

Good for you and best of luck, Jason. I started Suikoden II because of you, and you can see that has carried over into my display name on here. Deadspin was my favorite site on the internet, and what Spanfeller did was nothing more than hate. It wasn’t a business decision, they called him out on that, just absolute Read more

Apr 16
20

Thats sounds like a perfect fit for you. I don’t know if there is a better journalist in video games media right now when it comes to developing sources in, and reporting on, the industry side of things.

I look forward to seeing your future work!

Apr 16
6

Jason, you’ve always been one of my favorite writers on the site. Your takes on JRPGs are always thoughtful and welcome, even in the cases where our tastes diverge. Your first book was a joy to read each day on my commute, and taught me a lot about the back-end of the industry.
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Apr 16
2

This must be the first time I interact in a public comment section since I was 19 (I am 30 now!), but I just wanted to say I greatly appreciate your work and your contribution at Kotaku will be sorely missed by this reader. I handed out your book to all of my videogame-loving friends and now we’re all waiting for the Read more

Apr 16
21

The comment section is still out but it’s telling that even in the comments of this post people are referring to Deadspin in the past tense. No one considers that Weekend-at-Bernie’s situation at the deadspin.com URL to be Deadspin.

Apr 16
18

Noone can call it out because the comments section’s still disabled.

Apr 16
3

It feels weird to think about, since it was your articles about rpgs back in the 2014-ish era that brought me to the site in the first place. Never listened to Splitscreen, but I’ll definitely check out the new podcast.

Apr 16
10

You were a Real One. Not much else to add I suppose. I believe Stephen can continue to steer this ship, the rest of the cast does fine work and I hope others can follow in your investigate footsteps, fuck Herbs, and Gawker was Good. Read more