Today marks a day of change. The new Electronic Theatre is streamlined, more efficient and ready to deliver the news that you want when you want it.
Many of you will be aware of the departure of our long standing editor late last year. Kev J. saw the Electronic Theatre Network grow from just a single page on the internet to three websites spanning over 100,000 articles, and it keeps growing. As the new editor of Electronic Theatre and it’s subsidiaries I endeavour to respect the achievements that have been made but also push the Electronic Theatre Network into brand new territory.
The first changes are already happening. Many of you may have already noticed that the forum has been taken offline and the commenting process has been hugely simplified. These changes have been made to allow the Electronic Theatre team to concentrate on what is important to you: content. Removing these features makes more room for news, reviews, previews and other assets that the Electronic Theatre audience are calling for.
Further changes will be rolled-out over the forthcoming months. The Electronic Theatre team are well aware that our audience is invested in the new generation of videogame hardware and to ensure that we can bring you all the content you require the mobile section will be resigned. Xbox gamers can still get all the latest on Windows Phone over at Metro Gaming, but here at Electronic Theatre it will be all about the consoles, all the time.
The Electronic Theatre team looks forward to bringing you these and other new renovations over the coming months!