Victor K.'s photo of the Circle was taken post-Awards.

Are You Our Perfect Intern?

By Harold Goldberg The New York Videogame Critics Circle is seeking two top-notch interns who are dependable, can answer emails very quickly, and are fearless on the phone. We need a Social Media Intern who knows Twitter, Facebook and Twitch. This person has to love games, has to be great with people and has to…

The Roundup: The Circle & Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Hello, hello! Jon again with your weekly Circle Roundup. This week’s Roundup is brought to you by the wonderful month of September, the harbinger of fall. Thank you, September, for your apple cider, beautiful foliage, sensibly cool weather, Halloween, and being by far the best time of the year to play…

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The Roundup: The Circle & Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Greetings! Jon here with your weekly Circle Roundup. Did you know General George Patton was an Olympian? He placed 5th in the pentathlon for the 1912 Olympics. Perhaps more relevant to us, that same year Pierre de Coubertin (the founder of the modern day Olympic Games) introduced an arts competition. The gold…

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The Roundup: The Circle and Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Yo! Jon here again with your weekly Circle Round Up. So, I’m a curious person by nature, and my recent love of coffee has gotten me experimenting. A few days ago I thought, hey, I love coffee and I also love lemonade. People add sweeteners to coffee. Why not squeeze a…

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The Roundup: The Circle And Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Hey! It’s Jon again. After 31 years of water and juice, I have become hopelessly addicted to coffee over the past month and now I understand why. Caffeine is like legalized PEDs for writers. This week’s Circle Round Up is brought you by the coffee bean, which is probably also responsible…

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The Roundup: The Circle And Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Yo! Jon here. Lucy is taking a break so I’ll be filling in for her this week. For those of you who made it out to our Barcade community event, it was great seeing you all again! Christopher Byrd explores the “boisterously odd” Headlander, Double Fine’s first title published under Adult…