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Title: More thoughts on the retro aspect of Honest Gamers Posted: July 18, 2010 (08:27 PM)
Today I was talking around the internet and mentioned that I write reviews for Honest Gamers. The other people in the conversation unexpectedly piped up to say that they knew the site well and went there "for all the old school games."
This brought up in my mind once again the fact that Honest Gamers really does have its retro reviews as a badge of uniqueness amidst a sea of online-mundanity and unoriginality. That is to say, we have something marketable in the fact that we do more retro and oddball title reviews than any other site on the internet.
That last statement may not be entirely true, but it's true enough that we could use that as a strong selling point in trying to grow the site.
Just a thought to continue from my last one a month ago and from Jason's more recent musing ont he subject.
User: aschultz Title: Re: More thoughts on the retro aspect of Honest Gamers Posted: July 18, 2010 (10:00 PM)
Thanks for posting this. There's a lot of stuff that I want to review, or update my reviews for, but sometimes I think, why bother. It's not what I really want to do, or ultimately what I want to do.
Of course, when it comes to what I ultimately want to do, I convince myself I'm not ready just yet. I guess there are excuses either way, and nothing can stop that.
But general encouragement helps show those excuses up a bit. Well, sometimes a lot.
User: blood-omen Title: Re: More thoughts on the retro aspect of Honest Gamers Posted: July 18, 2010 (10:56 PM)
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