push on the unsuspecting and most beloved video gaming public.
He is the lover of all things fighting, and hater of all things that suck.
Sushi-X was originally created by David Siller as a moniker to review games on the infamous Electronic Gaming Monthly Review Crew back in the early 90's while
working with the fledgling Sendai Publications. When David went on to pursue a career in video game development, the mantle of power was passed to a young man known as Ken Williams.
Ken Williams became the Sushi-X that the video game public came to know, trust and love over the next ten years. With reviews as honest as the heart of a child and fearless as a dragon, he laid waste to garbage product and praised without abandon the finest treasures this industry is capable of putting forth. Just ask Acclaim about his review of NES Total Recall... That is the stuff of legends and many threats to pull advertising dollars. Even a huge Hollywood license couldn't stand the onslaught of his honesty and the gaming public acted with trust and kept their money where it belongs on that title, in their wallets.
Oh, and don't forget the Sheng Long April Fool's joke for Street Fighter II in EGM.
People still talk about that wickedly funny prank he played on the entire gaming world!
Massive Impact is proud to announce that both David Siller (the creator) and Ken Williams (the real Sushi-X) have teamed up with Trickman Terry and Martin Alessi, both formerly of EGM to make sure our properties bring the enlightenment of the legendary Sushi-X back in full force through the mediums of print and interactive content.
Our premier site and upcoming magazine Retro Player http://www.retroplayer.tv deals with playing, collecting, and appraising the games of the 80's and 90's both domestic and imported.
The next publication is a bold step for Massive Impact and Sushi-X as we will soon formally announce Wii60 Player, a magazine devoted to fans of the Nintendo Wii and the Microsoft Xbox 360 ONLY.
There will be no mention of Sony in this publication, unless it is with irreverence and brutality as Sushi-X is not happy with the treatment of players nor the industry with their less than honorable business and marketing tactics. Besides, why pay $600 for a PS3, when you can have the best of both worlds and get a Wii and a 360 for the same price? Hence the Wii60 movement started by gamers http://www.wii60.com will be championed by Sushi-X himself as we do what other gaming publications will honor and respect for generations to come. More about that later... this is Sushi-X's time to shine!
Thanks to all the beautiful and hard working people that make this
industry a pleasure to be a part of and look out baby here he comes!!!
For this generation of gaming needs a hero... and Sushi-X is it!
Join the X-Clan at Sushi-X.tv to get more news and updates on this amazing and influential industry veteran as he attempts to take over the video game industry once again. Sushi-X is also available at http://www.myspace.com/
FOLLOW UP – 10.12.06
The Sushi-X launch party at Plush Nightclub in Chicago was an absolute blast!
Many adoring fans came out and mingled with the beautiful people of Chicago nightlife while meeting the legend himself, Sushi-X (Ken Williams) and playing Capcom’s Street Fighter II Hyper Fighting on the Super Famicom in what many called a lifelong dream fulfilled. Many thanks to the fans who took time to show their respect, honor, and love for Sushi-X, Trickman Terry, and Martin Alessi and revel in the glory days of video games which encompass the 8-bit and 16-bit generation. Represented were retailers and industry insiders from all walks of life with one thing in common… they are true players. The player is the most important person in the video game industry. Without them, there’d be no industry.
A special celebrity appearance by the next Italian superstar soon to hit the silver screen, the one and only Dominic Capone III, yes THE Al Capone’s great nephew who just signed a deal with Lions Gate Films made an appearance and showed his support for Sushi-X, Retro Player and the bold, yet much needed in this industry, Wii60 Player magazine and interactive portals. Thanks to Plush nightclub, everyone needs to experience this amazing place at least once in their life. http://www.plushchicago.com.
Thanks to Scott Levin of Knightlites for your generous support of this event. http://www.knightlites.net
Special thanks to Mr. Dominic Capone III for honoring us with your presence and entertaining us with your soon to be legendary charm, charisma, and infectious humor. More on Mr. Capone is available at http://www.capone.tv and http://www.myspace.com/