I do realize that PocketTactics is part of a business, however. And they clearly have a plan that involves posting articles about things that don't really affect the main readership in order to secure revenue. I own a small business, and I do anything that can make me more money, so I get it.
Thank you, I really do appreciate you trying to see things from my point of view. I know a lot of the core PT guys probably don't play Fortnite
(although there's no reason why you shouldn't, it IS kinda fun), but at the same time maybe some do - I'm at least trying to cover this stuff in a way that makes sense for a site like ours.
But I've also got to be straight with you guys: catering to just the core audience isn't enough anymore. Too many of you have left, and the core topics don't generate enough content to maintain a minimum output. It's great that Owen and Dave made it work back in PT's heyday, but we have to face reality now.
going to abandon digital board games, or mobile strategy games or anything that you guys like: there's still value in being the go-to site for that kind of content, but I've got to start writing about wider topics to try and bring in new readers. Fortnite
is not a terrible F2P game. It's just a popular F2P game. If you don't play it, we still write about plenty of other stuff you probably do play so please, let's stop with the "Oh what has this place become"