Well, we’re certainly trying.
Okay, while we’re all having the time of our lives doing RPS (except when we’re involved in bitter rows with each other over some minor opinion on a videogame from 1987, which only happens at least four times a day), we’re professional games writers. This is what we do for a living, and man cannot live on ubercharge alone. The more money we make from RPS, the less we have to spend writing elsewhere for bread money. If – magically – we got several million unique users, we’d probably just write the site full-time. In other words, the more money we get from RPS, the more time we can spend on it, and the better and more-updated the site you’ll have to read.