It seems we’ve been going along for a quite some time without a real, in-depth community-based section - and that ends today. Don’t be fooled by the simple “Q&A” title because this is a hell of a lot more. This is an ongoing discussion fueled by you as the reader - you choose the topic, we debate the content. Essentially, the Zelda Informer Q&A functions as a bridge between the site and the readers to create a new sort of arena where everyone has even ground - and this is where it gets really interesting.
The Zelda Informer Q&A is really a democratic playing field of a series. Anything you want to talk about - speculation on new games, the state of Nintendo, even the timeline - is fair game. We personally respond to your comments to foster a real discussion of opinions on this variety of topics, and at the end of the week it’s compiled into a video for streamlined digestion. But why, you might ask? We at Zelda Informer have tried to bring things like the mailbag feature in the past, but none of them have had a real impact - which is why we’re stepping it up with the Q&A. We see an opportunity in this that’s overlooked by basically every other site out there, an opportunity for more diverse opinions and interesting viewpoints on topics that a site staff just isn’t broad enough to have. In essence, you’re not commenting on this article - you’re taking part in it. This is the eventual democratic future of media, and it’s time to foster its growth.
So comment away about anything pertinent to Zelda or Nintendo - spark a fire! We’ve had quite a glut of controversial news lately (from the Wii being overlooked as a console this generation to the ongoing feminism debate of Metroid: Other M to the lack of interest in the Wii U) - why don’t we actually discuss it instead of us forcing it? Your opinions don’t just matter here - they’re the bread and butter of this feature. Have some crazy viewpoints? Want to tell it how you see it? What are you waiting for? It’s time to take the next step, and it all begins with you.