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Game Journalism 101: Explaining The Method Behind The Madness

Skewed and Reviewed have posted an opinion piece which outlines in detail how the journalism and review process works for most gaming outlet as well as problems in the industry which can lead to sites and outlets denying coverage to one another.

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ab5olut10n1397d ago

C'mon guys, proofreading! If you don't take your message seriously, how can you expect us to?

Garethvk1397d ago

Hand was in a wrap while typing, proofing was overlooked as I moved to voice typing so we are fixing it.

ab5olut10n1397d ago

"All sales benefit Childs Play and anyone who gets a shirt gets a Beta Key for Champions Online *thats* to Cryptic Studios."

"They are *to* large to post here so I linked them all on my page for those that want to see them."

"I cannot *belive* it is that time of year already but I will be back on KISW going over the Summer movies of 08 this Thursday morning at 6:30 A.M."

Must be a chronic injury, eh? Lol

Garethvk1397d ago (Edited 1397d ago )

Thanks for taking the time to read posts written by our High School intern. Now you know why the school system has the issues that it does. With the volume of posting we do, sadly some makes it up without a proper edit. This also happens on CNN.com, MSN.com, etc. Thanks for letting us know, I will make sure that we have more proofing done on the posts.

jeeves861397d ago

Typos? It's one thing to point out legitimately bad writing, it's quite another to be pedantic. In the world of online writing, typos are like a 2/10, depending on how many and how egregious they are.

Personally, I'm not a fan of walls of text without anything to break it up.