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Submitted by TechRaptor 357d ago | opinion piece

Unintentional Game Review Bias

There are so many different factors to consider when doing a game review, but often what is written or spoke about is what is noticeable. Either something was out of the ordinary in a good or bad way, or implemented a known mechanic well. However, I (Andrew Otton) think there are certain things in reviews that get overlooked and can lead to unintentional game review bias. I have a few that I think get overlooked, but there are likely more. (Culture, Industry)

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