Greetings everyone! This is Michael Cunningham filling in as your host for this latest batch of heated editorials. Having been a staff editorialist for over a year now, I've had the chance to read a ton of top notch reader editorials. We would all love to read more. In other words, send us editorials. We love them, especially rebuttals. Since we've been slow on rebuttals as of late, we've once again condensed our forum threads into one thread. It's not that we don't want you making your point on the message board, but we would really love to post your rebuttal. We will even make it easy for you. Just type up an editorial or rebuttal in the body of an email, spell check it, proof read it, proof read it again, and then send it in. It can really be that simple. You're welcome to try your hand with the template, but don't let it hinder you from sending something in. Ok, that's enough begging for now.
This week, the eds staff bid a farewell to Josh "Ourobolus" Martz who is moving to our Content department. We hope to still hear from him from time to time. Now while he doesn't have anything for us this week, we do have more from JuMeSyn and his thoughts on censorship. Dallas, one of our staff reviewers, shares his excitement about Dragon Quest IX. You can also read about how I want to play Final Fantasy VII again, but in a new way. Finally, I want to introduce everyone to our newest editorialist, Tony Capri. This Geeky Dad thinks that most people are a little too harsh on Final Fantasy III and dares you to prove him otherwise.
That's all folks, so please send your submissions to email@example.com. Just make sure that you put the word editorials somewhere in the subject. You wouldn't believe how much trash we have to sort through to find the real submissions. It's like Where's Waldo. Ok, enough from me, read these wonderful editorials and feel free to write your own. Only one in the box as of right now, so it's up to you to help us.