Our first post went up October 6th, 2005. Ten years later, we’re still blogging. Here’s a look back at the last decade, along with some reminiscing, our favorite posts, stats, and what’s happening next.
This is the year that blogging suffered a bit, but for a pretty good reason: we were actually game designing. For money, even! Also, we won some awards, so that’s pretty cool. And we had more dirty search terms. You’ll see.
This has been our biggest year yet: not just in post count, traffic, or any number of other metrics. It’s been the year with the biggest changes and the most happening here on Critical Hits, and I couldn’t be prouder of where we are today.
We’re coming up on our 4th anniversary this week (expect our usual yearly wrap-up this Thursday), and this year, we thought we’d do something fun. At gaming conventions this year, we asked our interview subjects about their favorite critical hit story (from any game.) We got some great responses, and will be typing those up this week, but we’d like to open the floor to you!
From the Desk of the Editor-in-Chief: The time has come once again where we indulge in a little celebration. A little over three years ago, I started the conversations that would eventually lead to founding Critical Hits. Looking back, we definitely started a bit rocky, and it took us a while to find what we […]
The day has finally arrived. This is officially our 1,000th post. (Or as joshx0rfz put it, l,ooo in reverse 1337. DID THAT JUST BLOW YOUR MIND?) While we’ll reserve much of the celebration for our third anniversary coming up in October (which may involve me spending a good deal of money to give the place […]
Though the exact date of our start is undetermined- we were posting under a different name and address before we bought Critical Hits- today is a good enough time to celebrate us finishing our second year of posting, and entering our third! We did a little bit of reminiscing on our “One Year Later” post […]
Critical-hits.com is one year old! We started in August of 2005 under the name “Great Justice” as a temporary site to get WordPress up to speed. Our staff then started exchanging emails about what to call the site. There were a number of names that I liked but were centered around “Nerd Pride” which not […]