|By Andrew Raub||Wednesday, 17 Jan 2007|
Welcome to the new and improved Good-Evil.net. Zach and I have been slaving away feverishly for the past year trying to mold the site into the best possible creation it could be. Ok, I am lying. We are just really lazy and put off doing a lot of work.
Here is what Zach had to say about the matter back in December when we first put this final version up:
We’re back. It only took a year and a half. Anyway, welcome to our first week back on the job. Things might look a little different, and we owe some thanks to quite a few people. Thanks to Matt “Klawful” Smith for making us some beautiful art, which you can see plainly in our banner. Matt has done tons of amazing work for the Minibosses and various publications. Also, I want to thank Andrew Raub for finding this beautiful WordPress format for us, and WordPress for being so versatile and allowing us to really change this to fit our needs. I also want to thank our writers for hanging with us (the ones that did), as well as thanks to Sherv, Skip, and Mat(t)/(su) for joining us. We hope to welcome some more people here and there in the future as well. The site still isnt perfect, but look for continuous improvements (as well as the inclusion of selected older reviews from the old site) as we move forward and everyone gets more comfortable.
To our readers, thanks for coming back. Or if you are new, welcome aboard!
I don’t feel like I need to expand that any more, so on with what we’ve got!
For our inauguration, we have several amazing reviews for you rabid readers to sink your teeth into.
Zach explains why Capcom’s risk with Phoenix Wright was a good one.
Andrew (me) is bewildered at Konami’s ability to re-hash the same format again and again, but still find room for improvement in his Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin review.
Kirk took a few minutes to tell us all about his most recent taco experience.
One of our new writers, Matt, has bestowed his love for Justin Timberlake upon us.
Audun returns with a review of his favorite Japanese doujin band, Mint Jam.
And last, and certainly least, we have the first of our “G-E Classic” series of reviews (otherwise known as Zach’s attempt at getting out of writing a new review for our re-opening), Metroid Prime(rib) Pinball!
Thank you all for showing some sort of interest in our site. Hopefully we will start having some non-DS game reviews in the future. Or not. The DS is fun.
NEWSFLASH! In a miracle the likes of which haven’t been seen since A Christmas Carol, I have had a change of heart and decided to include Chris’ review of Mary Cary Gets Carried Away. Good-Evil.net does not endorse, support, or otherwise wish to make it look like we watch porn, despite the fact that we’re a bunch of nerdy dudes and you probably assumed we did anyway.