Blog Update: No, You Haven’t Gone Back in Time!

Hey there! I thought it was time for another one of these update posts just to clear something up…

Lately you may have noticed a lot of posts going up that reference how they were originally published a while ago. The reason for this is that I used to write for the website Tanuki Bridge, and when that site was discontinued I saved a lot of the posts I had published there. I have had these stored for a while now, and now I am writing here regularly again, it seems an ideal place to archive and update them.

There is going to be quite a lot more on the way; whilst they are being made to have published on the day they were originally, they shall still appear as new posts on Reader. So, if you are wondering why there is a new post about a topic that seems outdated in some way, that is why! However, it may still be entertaining to read some of them with new context – for example, the comparison between the Let’s Chat when The Last of Us Part II was revealed and the one after having played the game.

Olivia and Mario from Paper Mario: The Origami King

Be assured, though, that there is plenty of new writing on the way. In the immediate future, there are reviews for Pokémon Café Mix and Paper Mario: The Origami King, to mention just two articles. Furthermore, the Hyrule Weekly articles originally from Tanuki Bridge are going to lead into me continuing that series – especially as the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has more info released over time (I. Am. Excited!).

That’s it for now, really. Just a quick one! Let me know if there are types of articles from me you prefer over others, or there is, say, a particular game you reckon I should cover.

Sayonara!

3 thoughts on “Blog Update: No, You Haven’t Gone Back in Time!

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