Happy Birthday to the Opinionated Gamers!

Hey, we just turned the corner – the one year anniversary from our first article!

We’ve got a lot planned in the next year to come – thanks for joining us so far!

Questions/comments/suggestions? Leave them in the comments below!

 

Thanks again!

The Opinionated Gamers

About Dale Yu

Dale Yu is the Editor of the Opinionated Gamers. He can occasionally be found working as a volunteer administrator for BoardGameGeek, and he previously wrote for BoardGame News.
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6 Responses to Happy Birthday to the Opinionated Gamers!

  1. Paul Lister says:

    Congratulations on your birthday. OG has become an essential port of call and I always look forward to reading the reviews and analysis. Suggestions – more general gaming articles – i;d love to read more about your writers views on trends in gaming both good and bad.

  2. Dale Yu says:

    Paul – thanks for the kind words… And as to your request – you’re in luck.
    There are already three “trend” articles that are written and scheduled for the next 2 weeks! Hopefully they will be what you’re looking for…

    Thanks again
    Dale

  3. pdubarry says:

    Kudos! I stop by almost every day–I love the multiple perspectives on the games you guys review. Keep up the good work!

  4. Elise says:

    Congrats! I run on a page on Google+ about board games. I would love to see your page updated so there is more of a board game community present on there. :)

    • Dale Yu says:

      Elise, unfortunately, Google+ does not have an interface that I’ve been able to easily figure out. It took enough of my energies to figure out how to get Facebook to work for the site…. Additionally, at this point, I honestly don’t think that enough people use Google+ yet to make it viable.

  5. Frank Hamrick says:

    Happy Birthday. I appreciate the work all of you very opinionated people do to help the rest of us develop our opinions! Responsibilities that often start with excitement and enthusiasm can shortly become more of a duty than a delight. I appreciate the continued energy.

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