Gaming blogs, as all blogs, are a useful tool for both information and community building, for both fans and industry people alike. The problem is that, like in real print media, you get your fair share of sharks and headline grabbers. What role do the blogs really play? How can they improve their standing with the development and publishing community. How can those communities also help better the service we get from our regular gaming blogs? Brutal Gamer take a hard look at themselves, their liaisons with the publishers and developers and what their peers are producing.
Isn't it truly ironic that this story will probably serve to grab the headlines and attention that is reports on?