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    • 9 years 4 months ago
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    Should I keep my "Arcade History and its so called death" article about? Or just get rid of it.

    The reason why I say the former is that I've been postponing it for way too long as I've been awfully busy lately. Its not close to being done and now one of my main sources of pics is acting a bit faulty here. (Besides I have other article ideas as well.)

    However I still like the message of it such as on how Arcades are not dead there are just not mainstream in the US anymore. It was even going to have details on how that will apply even today. Such as companies such as Capcom, Namco and SNK still supporting it. Companies such as Nintendo and Midway slowly getting back to it. After all out of all the gaming mediums that Namco could release Soul Calibur 3 outside of the PS2 they actually picked Arcades of all mediums as the only current alternative. (Not too mention on how even EA games is having some of their handiwork published in arcades.) It actually had certain bits of info such as how the arcade industry wasn't dead before Street Fighter II came out. Don't get me wrong I won't deny Street Fighter II's impact on the industry. But the arcade industry wasn't dead from the mid eighties to that certain title.

    However plans on continueing this has gone a bit too time hazardous for me lately. I'm just not sure what should I do about this article. I just don't know...
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      It can't hurt to keep it saved in you control panel and re-visit it later when you have a chance to work on it. No sense in trashing a perfectly good article that you've already worked hard on.
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        • 9 years 4 months ago
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        Jason43 wrote:
        It can't hurt to keep it saved in you control panel and re-visit it later when you have a chance to work on it. No sense in trashing a perfectly good article that you've already worked hard on.


        What you say does make sense, I guess I just felt kinda pressured to do it since I haven't got back to it in so long. But like you said no sense in wasting a perfectly good article indeed.
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