There are many possible paths this plan could take if its decided to be viable.
We could just create new twcenters, but for different games. I think we should keep the forum personally intact as a whole so everyone has the same Thema Devia but each game would have its own mod forums, articles, and front pages. These sites would also function very similar to twcenter as it is now. This idea would probably be the easiest so long as we make good choices on what games we should have.
Another option, a variant of the last, is to just create genre based fansites. Like a strategycenter, rpgcenter, etc. This way similar games are all hosted at the same spot like Neverwinter and Oblivion mods, for example. However since its more of a jack of all trades focus that has its disadvantages. We could always go for a combination as well. Have a strategy site and have sites for specific games that are popular enough to demand separate attention.
The option that differs the most from the way things works now is to expand TWCENTER into a single general gaming site. Something like a Gamespot or IGN. We would be different in that there could be hosted modifications and many different sub-fansites that are hosted. We would have reviews and, if it gets popular enough, companies could send products for preview as well.
The final option is just to leave everything the way it is now and not expand deciding that this is not a viable option. I think, however, that we can find something to expand into even if its just one game.
What other ideas are viable? Also what do you think the strengths and weaknesses of each of these ideas are? I'd guarantee that there are ideas that I didn't think of as well. We need to hear them all.