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'The Last of Us' Review: Lone Wolf and Cub | Forbes

Forbes writes:

'As this console generation draws to a close, it stands to reason that most developers might be putting much of their efforts into crafting next-gen titles, rather than attempting to fashion something entirely new and original for an aging system.'

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US8F1898d ago

wtf, wasn't there a force review about this earlier which gave it an 8?

I'm confused

ltachiUchiha1898d ago

Forbes has like 20 reviewers haha

Ezz20131898d ago

so is 8 from them or 9.5/10 ?

majiebeast1898d ago (Edited 1898d ago )

Emillio no offense but these are reviews by Forbes contributors just like we have reviews by contributors here. I wouldnt post them as reviews on the site.

Emilio_Estevez1898d ago

Not exactly, but it was an interesting read trying to check the merits of that claim.

So here is the deal
1 - We've always accepted them so far
2 - You basically have to apply for the position, not just sign up. http://blogs.forbes.com/hel...
3 - They have editors and training staff

So while I would agree there is some form of grey area in regards to this, I wouldn't call it a personal blog (making it unacceptable). I will talk with cgoodno about it just to be sure.

Thank you

majiebeast1898d ago (Edited 1898d ago )

Ok cool didnt know that thanks for clearing it up ^^. I just thought the system worked in the same way as it does here.

jc485731898d ago

I'm opened to multiple opinions.

LightofDarkness1898d ago

The quality of Forbes contributions varies wildly. Basically, anyone with a barely coherent blog will get approved. I would not consider the contributions made there to be much more relevant than the user blogs and reviews submitted here.

The Daily Mail use a similar model now, as do a number of other larger news/press websites.

Testfire1898d ago (Edited 1898d ago )

I could be wrong, but I find it hard to believe that the "contributor" had a review copy, unless the "official" forbes reviewer gave them one, which would probably be breaking some sort of law or ethics code for review copies.

Christopher1898d ago (Edited 1898d ago )

While I have a huge issue with the quality of some Forbes authors, Emilio is 100% right in his explanation of why Forbes reviews (and other submissions) are allowed.

It would be easy to say "should we make a case for Forbes" but that would lead to a slippery slope of doing the same thing with other sites or "making cases" for other things when it's much easier for us to utilize a set collection of guidelines and let the community decide from there.

Submissions can still be failed, no matter the source, for various reasons (I've failed a few from Forbes for pretty much just being flamebait, blind fanboy opinion pieces).

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