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Will you buy an Xbox One X on November 7?


 Written by Alan Rumpf  on May 14, 2001

Back On (Nintendo) Target: Welcome back to Nintendo Target; enjoy your stay!

Well it has certainly been awhile since I've been able to express my thoughts outside of the forums. As you all know the site has been down for quite some time, and I hope you all like the new look and the new features. The delay in re-launching was slightly lengthened to implement more behind-the-scenes features that will drastically improve the quality of the site for both the staff and the readers. There are some faces who have left, some have changed places, and there are also many new ones around Gaming Target.

During out down time, it was sad to see Nick and Cory leave Sega Target, although I wish them both the best of luck in whatever they chose to pursue. I am sure Eric, the new EIC of Sega Target will do a bang-up job, and I would like to welcome the new EIC of our most recent addition Sony Target, Omer. I look forward to working with them as well as all of the new staff members. On that note, I'd like to get into more detail about the section in which I am Editor-in-Chief , Nintendo Target.

Nintendo Target proved to be one of the luckiest sections during the down time of GT. We have only moved one staff member, Jonathan Mamay, from article writer, to news writer. He along with the help of others, and perhaps a new staffer along the way will bring you up to the minute news as it breaks on all things Nintendo. We have also ?re-recruited? Kevin Stapf as a regular staff writer, to add to the strength of our already strong writers consisting of Jonathan Nicklas, Derek Noad, Kyle Williams, Daniel Ekman and myself. Don't be surprised if later on down the road an extra staffer or two is hired, or we see guest writing entries by Matt Swider (executive producer of GT) or Jeff Pear (executive assistant at GT).

With Game Boy Advance just around the corner, and Gamecube developing into quite a nice little box of power the stance for Nintendo in the future is very exciting. Our mission here at Nintendo Target is to bring the readers all the news, information, and opinions of anything and everything Nintendo related. I am personally excited about the relaunch not only because of Nintendo's position in the next-gen wars, but also because I think NT and GT will grow to become one of the better sites out there on the web. I am looking forward to making a full return to writing for the site, and using all of the features available to maximize reader enjoyment.

I'd like to give a personal thanks to all who participated in our forums during the down time, and would urge them to continue to visit inside of GT's new forums. To anyone who is not a member of the forums, now is your time to sign up. Join our ever-growing community and share your thoughts, expressions and ideas. On top of that make sure to hang around our chat room, now located on a new server, and make sure you contribute to our mailbag. In the past our mailbag has not been the most steady feature of GT, and it's one of my personal goals to make it a success. It starts with reader contributions, so please participate in the site as much as possible to help it grow and expand.

Look for consistent updates of higher quality on all things Nintendo, and I hope all the readers become a part of the wonderful Gaming Target community.

Alan Rumpf
Nintendo Target

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