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5 Reader Editorials

I finally had some time tonight to put up all the editorials that have been piling up in my mailbox for a while. All of them are from RPGFan readers and all of them should be checked out because they all make some rather good points.

Square - the past, the present and the future is an editorial about what Square has become over the years and how it is not what it used to be. Click here to check it out.

Definition of RPG's: Another Perspective is a response to some of our earlier editorials about "The Definition of an RPG". It basically continues the discussion with a different point of view. Click here to check it out.

New systems...already? is an editorial about how fast the industry is evolving and how the lifespans of systems are getting shorter and shorter and how this is bad for the consumers. Click here to check it out.

Spaz: A Gift to Gamers is a response to Jaime's editorial about WD's Spaz label. I don't need to tell you how this reader feels about Spaz cause the title says it all :P. Click here to check it out.

The good old days... is an editorial looking back at the good ol' days of gaming and how it feels different now with the newer systems. Click here to check it out.

Well, that's all for now. Have fun reading all those editorials and feel free to send in some replies.

Date Updated:
March 10th, 1999

Time Updated:
4:47 PM


Rudo


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