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Don't worry, be happy
Happy Friday the 13th! I hope you all had a lucky unlucky day. Keep those questions coming to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Q: Since you are now covering RPGs outside the Square realm does
that mean you will stop coverage of non-RPG Square games?
AK: Tithor, I'm afraid that yes, we will stop covering non-RPG
Square games. We thought about this a long time, and the decision wasn't
one made in the blink of an eye. We looked at submissions, game popularity,
and personal opinions, and it evident that the games that drew the most
interest were RPGs. We decided that having good coverage of series such as
Dragon Quest (Warrior), Lunar, Phantasy Star, etc. would please more people
than having good Bushido Blade coverage.
Q:i dont know about this whole change thing. my prediction is that its gonna turn a lot of diehard visitors off from the site! hahahhahaha, it probably wont though. i still remember my predictions about major league baseball going down the tubes. oh wait it did go down the tubes, commercially. the page is screwed! i warn you ! ^_^ JacK^LantoN
AK: Jack, I hate to admit it, but hidden within your weird style
is a concern that many people have. There's nothing I can say that will
allay your fears, so I won't try. I will say, however, the only change
from one week ago today is that we're no longer covering about 15% of
Square's games (general estimate, don't quote me on that), we've changed
names, and changed the main frame layout. The table of contents change
was merely cosmetic, and some of the things that have been removed are
probably going to come back. So don't panic. The new main was hard for
some people to read, so we've made some adjustments in the hopes that
everyone will be able to read it with ease. Everyone is entitled to their
opinion, and if you leave and never return, that's your choice. We'll
be sad to see you go, of course, and we are working hard to please you.
AK: That's a good question. To my untrained ear, that sounds French, so my personal guess is "Bwelv" (one syllable). Any linguists out there that could give us a somewhat-definitive answer?
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