I said I would try to stay positive... so...I'll just quote the article.
After some incredible achievements over the last year and a half, I am announcing my departure from Rev3 Games and Discovery Digital Networks. Sixteen years in front of the camera covering the videogame industry has brought me to a point where I am ready and desiring to explore new opportunities. While I would never say no to doing one more review, interview or opinion piece, the time feels right to explore new avenues inside of gaming that help further the medium. The audience, my wonderful and talented co-workers and the last year at Rev3 Games will forever be appreciated for what was accomplished. There never is a right time to part ways with something that has become as natural as breathing, but things do end and now feels right.
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I have mixed feelings about this. I feel he was biased a lot of the time, and his reactions were sometimes too emotional and over the top. He'd be very outspoken about certain things on one platform, and give the same things on another platform a pass.
After he went off on Twitter about how the industry was collapsing, refusing to give any details, and it turned out he was just throwing a fit about having to go to a review event Sony set up... Yeah, I'm not too upset about this. Disappointing too, because I had a lot of respect for him before that incident and was extremely excited to bump into him at PAX. See ya, Sessler.