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The Space Between March 12, 2007


Editor's Comments: Jason discusses joys and issues with having a great gaming area. Most all of us wish we had a nicer setup, don't we?


Editor's Comments: Dallas brings us his take on the Pokémon series. He feels that the series needs to evolve to the next stage.


Editor's Comments: JuMeSyn brings up something that a lot of RPGamers want: a Chrono Trigger remake. What ideas does he have for this classic?


Editor's Comments: Michael discusses how to keep a smaller backlog of RPGs. Will anyone even listen or is the temptation to buy more just too great?




Editor's Words

Welcome back RPGamers. I will have to say that you are an interesting crowd. There is absolutely nothing that you don't have an opinion on. One thing I would like to know is what you think of the column in general? Is there anything you would like to see done differently? Any improvements that we can make? Please share, because without your input we will never know what you want. This column is for our readers, not just for the staff, so do share.

We have four interesting topics again this week. Starting us off is Jason. A gaming area is something that we all have, though some have better areas than others. Does this area make a big difference in your enjoyment of RPGs? Also Dallas comes to discuss the Pokémon series. With Pokémon Diamond and Pearl just around the corner, has the series plateaued or does it have new life? JuMeSyn hits gold status talking about an all-time favorite RPG, Chrono Trigger. He has some ideas that he's been kicking around about a remake. Could it happen? Finally, I've taken a look at my backlog of RPGs and for the first time in a long while, it is manageable. I share how I did this and how you can take steps to do the same. Maybe one of these topics will hit you just right and you'll send me a rebuttal.

Stay or leave? I want you not to go, but you should. You do have editorials to read. I would like to thank all of you that not only write for us, but those of you that read and respond to us. That doesn't mean that I don't still want your submissions, editor@rpgamer.com is open 24/7 for you to send things in. But if you are just enjoying reading this column, that means a lot as well. We would like to hear about it. As always, just remember to put the word "editorial" somewhere in the subject or else you might get overlooked. I'm looking at restarting the Featured Reader section, but without a lot more submissions it won't really be feasible. So in the meantime, just write away and know that we are here to help you. Farewell...

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