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Submitted by xeroxeroxero 886d ago | opinion piece

Editor's Blog: A day in the life of a review writer at Pocket Gamer

Pocket Gamer's Mark Brown writes: "At Pocket Gamer, we very often find ourselves engaged in spirited office debates about the best way to write reviews to ensure they are as timely, useful, honest, and fair as they can be. It's not always easy, though. So, in the wake of the epic "Doritosgate" debate - which has put extra scrutiny on the way games journalists act and behave - we thought we'd pull back the curtain a little and explain exactly how we've dealt with two recent game review cases." (Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, Culture, Paper Mario: Sticker Star)

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