jdodson   Admin wrote on 11/03/2012 at 10:47pm

I agree. Money has destroyed "game journalism."

Large in part why this site exists really. Companies can be sustainable but its now about the quest for whatever brings in the most amount of cash.

I read the guys article and whereas I don't agree with it all, it was a critique the industry should be able to handle. Having him cut out so fast just shows how deep the problem goes.

Now days I spend almost no time on the big "game journalism" sites. They just don't speak to me. Plus buying a game off one of their recommends seems like a really bad idea.

Jacob_Richardson wrote on 11/04/2012 at 06:40am

I still browse game journalism sites to keep up with on really important gaming news. I'm always the one who has to share with all my friends all the new things in gaming. Saying that, I don't particularly value their opinions more of just like to take in the fact based information they deliver.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 11/04/2012 at 09:17pm

Playing it safe is good. They do have the scoop on the games news but that will change at some point.

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