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Submitted by doctorstrange 494d ago | opinion piece

Press, Release

A common complaint about games journalism is one over the industry’s heavy reliance on press releases – information bulletins written by the publisher, developer or manufacturer to inform the press about something of note.
- PSLS (Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

dbjj12088  +   494d ago
Sometimes I prefer the press release over whatever BS the so-called journalist has to say, though.
knifefight  +   494d ago
Gonna read this after I finish this delicious bag of Nacho Cheesier Doritos®.
TrendyGamers  +   494d ago
They're dangerously cheezy.
Obnoxious_Informer  +   494d ago
Often the press release contains valuable content such as trailers. Good journalists will take the important bits and write about that content without any BS PR spin from the press release included.
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