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Submitted by Pozzle 700d ago | opinion piece

Mass Effect 3: Blurring The ‘Journalism’ In Games Journalism

WC: The unprecedented fan backlash that emerged following the release of Mass Effect 3 early last year had a number of unforeseen consequences in the world of videogame journalism. Most immediately it revealed a stark and needlessly hostile division between the gaming press and a subsection of their readership; but it further exposed some rather complicated interrelations between those critics and the publishers they are tasked with reviewing. (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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