I hate reading titles like this. I really do. I have been a fan of gaming sites since the N64 days and when I see farewell articles headlines from my favorite editors it makes me want to shed a manly tear. Every one of my favorite editors of gaming sites has since gone and left to do other things, which is a reason that inspired me to help start Nintendo Connect back in 2009. We had no idea what we were getting into, and although a lot of our work isn’t actually posted in the form of an article, people here dedicate a lot of their time to make this site work. This has been one of the best things I have ever done and I have met amazing people through this site and I won’t forget how awesome they were. As you can bet after an unnecessarily long introduction, I will be leaving Nintendo Connect. After following Nintendo news websites since 1997 and starting up Nintendo Connect a little over 10 years later I will be leaving web journalism for some time. I have had an opportunity elsewhere that will occupy most of my time and I will not be able to dedicate the time needed to contribute to the site, which pains me to say. The other guys at Nintendo Connect will continue to contribute and I may occasionally stop by and post a thing here or there if time permits me. I’ll miss reading your comments and emails and most of all, podcasting with these guys. I hope that there will be an opportunity where I can come back and resume my editorial duties, but for right now I must bid farewell. Thanks for everything that has happened on this awesome journey.
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