The post-per-day format seems to be doing fairly well for us, so I’m considering keeping it going. At the very least, doling out the articles one at a time seems to elicit more interest in each one around the Internet. So that’s cool. Certainly this format is a big help while I’m on vacation, and since I’ll be on an aeroplane above the American heartland when this entry goes live I guess we’ll keep it rolling on through the end of this issue’s material (and, incidentally, it’s probably the only way all this content will see the light of day before Quarterly #2 arrives). I’ll still be blogging here, though, so it’s not as though GameSpite.net is just mutating into a mass of warmed-over content. I just haven’t had much opportunity to write lately. My vacation has turned out to be four days solid of babysitting tiny monsters masquerading as a nephew and niece, thus I’ll probably have more time for personal endeavors once vacation is over. Ah, adulthood.
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
It’s fitting, I think, that just as the Game Boy’s moment of glory was its brilliantly inventive take on the Zelda franchise, so too is this Game Boy-centric issue’s highlight Nicola Nomali’s exhaustive elegy to the game. Set aside ten minutes of your life today to let the Wind Fish’s mystery transport you.