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Five Months of Gamnesia: How are We Doing? What Do You Want to See Next?


It’s been five months since Gamnesia split off from Zelda Informer, and we’re still working hard to provide one of the best experiences on the web for gamers of any kind. But of course, we don’t always necessarily know what you want, and reader input is one of the things we value most here at Gamnesia, so we want to give you the chance to let your input be heard.

In the last few months, we’ve been doing a lot here at Gamnesia. We’ve been getting ready to unleash some great content on our new YouTube channel, including news recaps, podcasts, and maybe even more somewhere down the road. Barry Herbers has recently written a few fantastic editorials, as have many of the rest of our writing staff. We’ve recently hired a small slew of excellent new staff members for more editorial content and made a few changes to the back end of the site as part of an ongoing effort to maximize efficiency and quality.

But as much as we’re doing to try and improve, we aren’t the only ones who can see areas of lackluster or even areas of fault. Again, we want to know what you, as readers, want to see from us going forward and why.

Would you like to see more roundup posts? More or different types of editorials? More Gamnesia Roundtables? More game reviews? What sort of content would you like to see on our new YouTube channel, GamnesiaTV? Or conversely, have we done anything recently that puts you off? What habits of ours would you like to see fade away? Is there any sort of site conduct that you’d like to see changed? What about our sister site, Zelda Informer? All these questions apply there, as well.

This is your chance as readers to tell us how you’re enjoying the Gamnesia experience and to give us your input on where we go and what we do next, so if you have any comments, concerns, questions, or requests, please leave them in the comments below.

Thank you so much for your input, everybody! Here’s to another five wonderful months!

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