> Am I seeing things are has FASA updated their website? I don't dare to go > past www.fasa.com to find out that they only gave their front door a new > paint job.
No, you aren't seeing things. It was made known to us at Gencon, and possibly Origins prior, that the website was about to undergo a major renovation and there *ARE* plans for improvement. I know the store section on the website is about to be seperated from the rest of it, which will significantly alter how everything on the site functions (for all sections supported).
I'm still doing other stuff, so more information as we go. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- NeoJudas ("K" to Some) "Children of the Kernel: Reborn" Hoosier Hacker House (www.hoosierhackerhouse.com)Message no. 3
> Am I seeing things are has FASA updated their website? I don't dare to go > past www.fasa.com to find out that they only gave their front door a new > paint job. > > Regards, > > DV8 > > "Abashed the Devil stood,...and felt how awful Goodness is,..." > - John Milton, Paradise Lost
As a matter of fact it is showing the "Matrix" as in stock!!! Though, nothing still on the Comet. :(
In a message dated 8/14/00 8:07:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time, dv8@***.nl writes:
<< Am I seeing things are has FASA updated their website? I don't dare to go past www.fasa.com to find out that they only gave their front door a new paint job. >>
Actually, aside from adding a new game it would seem...nothing new to report. The SR page is still same-old same-old. And though they stripped the link for Earthdawn the page is still there. (Good for peops like me flirting with the idea of playing with Earthdawn ideas but not able to access any of the books...)
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