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Submitted by -Mezzo- 399d ago | opinion piece

Ensuring A Critic Proof Game

Gi - Critical acclaim can help a game go a long way, but it isn’t everything. Whether gamers draw their preconceptions for a new release from reviews, forums or from simple word of mouth, one thing is certain – a game can sell well even if it sucks. The gaming hardcore tend to use what’s at their disposal. Dedicated gaming sites (like this one), magazines, forums and message boards provide any avid gamer with all they’d wish to know about the medium they love. And why not? If someone likes something, naturally they’ll want to find out as much as you can about it. That can only be a good thing right? (Culture)

Godmars290  +   400d ago
More like games which were received poorly, reviewed well at first, with many reviewers defending it despite obvious issues.
Rinkuchal  +   399d ago
there's no such thing as a critic proof game. there's always a critic to buck the trend. case-in-point: Tom Chick...

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