GameZone's Lance Liebl writes, "Video games. It's a multi-billion dollar industry. Whenever that much money is involved, there's going to be a lot of people drunk with a false sense of importance. In all forms of journalism -- especially in today's world where everything is online -- it's normal to have a disconnect between writer and reader. After all, you don't have to agree with everything you read. It's the writer's job to report the story with as much accuracy as possible. If it's an opinion piece, then criticism is to be expected. I don't agree with a lot of the journalists on ESPN (and don't even get me started on political pieces), but the disconnect stops at the article."