Jessica earned her BA in journalism from ASU's Walter Cronkite School in 2011, and she's written for online outlets since 2008, with four years as senior reporter at Joystiq. She specializes in covering independent video games and esports, and she strives to tell human stories within the broader tech industry. Jessica is also a sci-fi novelist with a completed manuscript floating through the mysterious ether of potential publishers.
All the weird things you missed at E3
Ferris wheels, energy drinks and drumlines take over Los Angeles.
Rapid-fire archery battles are the best way to do E3
Take a break with "TowerFall."
The Indie Megabooth is a calm bubble floating above E3 chaos
Dildo controllers, beer and indie games make their annual trip to the Devolver parking lot.
A chat with the 76ers' first all-female eSports team, Dignitas
The 'CS:GO' world is sure to hear a lot more of EMUHLEET, Cath and their team.
The evolution of women in video games continues at E3 2017
Feminist Frequency's Anita Sarkeesian and Carolyn Petit do the numbers.
IndieCade's 'resist' theme at E3 holds a mirror to society
Games about real-world issues dominate the IndieCade booth.
Engadget at E3: Checking in on indie game development in 2017
The independent industry is stabilizing, with or without Microsoft and Sony.
Engadget at E3: How video games and film are merging inside VR
RYOT's new VR comedy show for Hulu, 'Door No. 1,' lets players direct the action.
How violence in video games changes with the times
The creator of 'Gone Home' and indie developer Wizard Fu chat about gore.