Lately, I’ve been thinking about ways to increase exposure to the unsung heroes of Source Gaming, you!
We get some of the best comments any site could hope for. They are informative, interesting and (usually) very kind. Thank you very much!
Here are some great comments that if you don’t check the comment section, you might have missed (From January 1st to January 8th, Japan time).
Wolfman_J worked really hard on that article! I also didn’t realize he didn’t cover the main theme, so I thought it was a particularly useful post.
First time poster, and a very well thought out opinion. What’s not to like?mrjbrpg is our biggest supporter on patreon! We will be doing our best to honor his requests! After I finish my writeup on The Case for Smash NX, I plan on investigating The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers.
The Barrel is Half-Full spurred a lot of discussion. It’s not something I 100% agree with, but I still think it’s a valid argument. A lot of people see Smash as a celebration of Nintendo. Now, I’m a Nintendo fan-boy through and through so I wouldn’t mind a full-on celebration of Nintendo. I just personally think the series has outgrown that, and has the potential to reach a wider audience with the inclusion of more 3rd parties.
Comments that correct us are my favorite. I encourage all the writers to source as much as possible (well it is in our name). That way we can be fact-checked. If everyone assumes what we are saying is 100% true, then it could lead to the same exact situation that led to the creation of The Definitive Unused Fighter List, that is something that’s just accepted as truth because no one bothered to check.
In the end, a moderate approach is probably for the best!
I have something new to bring up to people when they say Sakurai is a troll. Thanks haruhisailormars!
Is there a comment I should have highlighted? Let me know in the comments! (har har!)