Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 10096 from 2003/5/22
>>> the legacy forums [...] are corporate fan sites for a company, A-Eonkit.
>> That's not the impression I get by reading forums like EAB, Amiga.org,
>> AmiBay or a1k.org. They don't seem to care much for A-Eon.
> Amiga.org and AWN are actually owned by A-Eonkit
As I wrote, Amiga.org doesn't read like an A-Eon fan site to me and most regulars there don't seem to care much for A-Eon.
> their staff are largely A-Eonkit employees.
I don't think that's true for either Amiga.org or AWN.
> EAB always seemed a 2nd tier site, but you may be partially correct.
2nd tier? Isn't EAB the world's biggest Amiga forum site? And of course, I'm fully correct :-)
> However even there an A-Eonkit employee is a moderator and key figure.
While EAB moderator FOL is indeed an AmigaKit employee, EAB doesn't read like an A-Eon fan site to me and most regulars there don't seem to care much for A-Eon.
> Amibay is just worried about Amibay
Indeed, no A-Eon fan site.
> a1k.org I can't speak for since I don't speak German.
No A-Eon fan site, trust me.
So the question remains: Which sites are "the legacy forums" that "are corporate fan sites for a company, A-Eonkit"?
>>> The classic platform itself has [...] a flat ZERO when
>>> it comes to software releases in nearly 2 decades.
>> That's also not the impression I get.
> I meant AAA games or must have software.
Okay, this is a different statement from just "software releases".
> Where's the Amiga equivalent? Retro Wars
? The Dream Of Rownan
> Not so much IMO.
More like the games by Pixelglass
, Night Owl Design