What would you like to see more of at Armchair Arcade?

Matt Barton's picture


Matt Barton
Matt Barton's picture
Joined: 01/16/2006
Gettin' People Yappin'

That sounds like great material, Stu. Even if it doesn't read well, there are definitely folks who are interested in learning more about it. I know I am. Heck, maybe you could put up scans of some of the more obscure or bizarre stuff just for the heck of it.

I know I've hammered on this a bunch, but sites like this live or die by how much people participate on them. Even if your only comment is, "Good article," or "Interesting!", heck, that's better than nothing. If you don't say anything, it makes it seem like you don't care about the post and don't want to see another one. I know I feel good when I see people are commenting on something and not just seeming to ignore it. My grandma always said, "IF YOU CAN'T SAY SOMETHING NICE, DON'T SAY ANYTHING AT ALL" (in all caps just like that, too). I HOPE THAT'S NOT WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE, GUYS. Okay, I'll stop now. :-P

Bill Loguidice
Bill Loguidice's picture
Joined: 12/31/1969

We've been somewhat purposely low key, Stu, which is probably why things have been quiet, but we're definitely looking to finally change that again in the near future. Any thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.

Bill Loguidice, Managing Director
Armchair Arcade, Inc.
(A PC Magazine Top 100 Website)

yakumo9275's picture
Joined: 12/26/2006
i started to write up

i started to write up something on hint books / clue books etc as a min article from the early days of yore to now and all things in between (bbs, internet, prima etc) but it didnt read too well and its hard topic to research and I have mostly my own collection to rely on (ya I collect hint books, classic stuff only tho,no brady/prima mass bibles).

it didnt read well, but i should dig my notes up and make a blog/forum post. maybe other armchair arcade readers can add to it.

it would be nice if user contributions increased :) instead of us loyal readers relying on you lot to entertain us.

-- Stu --


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