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Articles set to return for hotels worldwide0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:44 pm

After months of suggestions and pestering by Habbos across the land, Sulake’s head honcho Paul LaFontaine has finally listened and is planning to reintroduce articles to all hotels. These articles are expected to contain news and updates on the hotel. However, no specifics were given over whether aspects such as the beloved weekly ‘newsie’ would return.

Ever since articles had been vanquished from the Habbo website, it had been harder for Habbos to find news and information. Whilst the Habbo blog, a replacement for on-site articles, had been a welcome sight initially, it had eventually gone completely down the drain as updates were few and far in between. The only updated sources of news at present are pop-ups on-client (for events), Twitter and fansites.

Many have been slathering LaFontaine with negative comments over his hypocrisy in this whole situation, where he first defended blogs and is now saying that they were an awful idea. The reason being is that he, being the genius that he is, created a universal blog for all hotels. This in turn meant that if some Brazilian wanted to examine it with no understanding of the English language, he or she would get nothing out of it, thus making blogs redundant for the wider Habbo community.

No exact date for the re-launch was given; it may or may not be one of those things that will drag its feet for a while to come. Whenever it may be, let’s just hope they’ll be free, fluent and fun to read because Samanfa has already taken to paying a credit to use her toilet with the way Habbo’s pay-for-all ideology has been going. If you’d like to leave a comment click ‘Read More & Comment’– it’s free!

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