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Regarding Gaming Journalism: Please Ignore News That Isn't News

Psxextreme.com: Recently, we've started to notice a nasty trend popping up in our world of video game journalism, and it certainly isn't helping our image. Yes, we understand there are still children out there, pretending to be journalists as they sit in their parent's basement skipping another English class at the community college. This hurts us terribly, and the professionals get lost in the depressing shuffle.

Many of the readers out there can't differentiate between real news and fake news. This makes things go crazy. In reality, Blu-Ray is far ahead of DVD after two years (comparing the first two years of each format), and Blu-Ray sales were most certainly up during the holiday season.

In short, Blu-Ray is fine, the PS3 is fine; both continue to rise, and Sony has no intention of discontinuing either. They'll both be around for a very long time, so please, ignore the non-news. Read the articles carefully. See if the headline is even remotely reinforced by the content.

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GWAVE3630d ago

Unfortunately, common sense isn't one of those things you can give to someone simply by having them read a logical article. I believe the definition of "prejudice" is hating something without any logical reason...PS3 haters ran out of reasons long ago, and yet they still hate.

This is a pro-PS3 article. Watch it get reported and denied approval.

Parapraxis3630d ago (Edited 3630d ago )

The fact that there needs to be articles of this subject matter is very sad.
Preferring one console over another is one thing, blind and ignorant fanboy hatred is another, and that is what is at the root of the majority of anti-Playstation related news and articles these days.

chaosatom3630d ago

"yes, we understand there are still children out there, pretending to be journalists as they sit in their parent's basement skipping another English class at the community college."

PP?