Editor’s Letter: See You on the Other Side
Editor’s Letter is a series of ongoing articles on the state of PSLS, its future and the future of the industry as a whole.
While my previous Editor’s Letters have focused on bigger things like the problems of the internet, issues facing games journalism, or what the future holds for PSLS, today’s EL is a bit shorter, and a bit more short term.
In brief – I’m not going to be here next week. With my street being entirely dug up and a carpark being added (in the place of some lovely trees), my power is going to be shut off, along with my internet (obviously). During that time, Anthony Severino, PSLS’ original founder, will be taking over editing duties.
When I first joined PSLS, Anthony brought me on to help bolster the site’s gamescom coverage, but due to surgery for a broken arm, I was unavailable. Since then, however, I’ve essentially been connected to PSLS 24/7, always watching it out of paranoia that something would break or we’d miss something if I wasn’t there.
With the experienced team of writers and the new blood we now have, I’m finally confident that the site will still be able to provide the content that you want without my overbearing supervision. In fact, I expect just as many great features and reviews next week as before, but possibly fewer articles that attack the games industry. Like no one is attacking 90% of games sites for calling ‘BioShock‘ ‘Bioshock‘, it’s BioShock GI.biz, JPS, DSO, Impact Magazine, IGN, Pocket-lint, Spong and so many more. Not Bioshock.
See you soon, and try not to break anything!
-Sebastian Moss, Editor-in-Chief