Gamelab in NYC

I was in Manhattan yesterday for a meeting. Afterward, with 7 hours to kill, I went by the Gamelab studio to hang out with Eric Zimmerman. (I had “vegtarian duck” at a Thai place.) I walked a lot, got to hang out with another friend over coffee, went to a great used book store called The Strand, and had some of the best sushi I’ve had in years. Great trip. I read the book The Cement Garden cover to cover on the trip home. (Most recent books, The Cement Garden and Blood Meridian. Both amazing in different ways.)

Images from the breakroom window at Gamelab:


2 thoughts on “Gamelab in NYC

  1. Hi Harvey!

    I’m a 23 years old fan of the Deus Ex games (yeah, I’m one of those who liked DX2 as well, despite some of it’s flaws) from Hungary and I’d like to ask you something.

    Do you have any plans about your future other than writing your book? I mean, Eidos Montreal is working on Deus Ex 3 and though I have confidence in them, seeing that they are talented guys, a little help always comes in handy. And since you were one of the driving creative forces behind the DX games, I’d be really happy if you were there with them, at least in the first few months of the project to make sure they are going the right way and they don’t sacrifice too much for the console versions.

    But anyway I wish you the best of luck whatever your plans might be and I hope to see some more great games from you soon!

    Best regards, Necros

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