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Submitted by Cairnius 1830d ago | opinion piece

What Problem With Games Journalism? Part 2

Part 2 of this series discusses Jim Sterling, Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, what "journalism" actually means anymore, and whether it's even an appropriate word to describe what the video game media produces. (Industry)

dizzleK  +   1831d ago
sterling should be writing for cracked then, not a "respectable" site like destructoid.
Cairnius  +   1830d ago
Who said that Destructoid is respectable? Being popular doesn't make them journalists. You assume that they get the access they get because anyone thinks they're a respectable media establishment.

Wrong. They get access because they're outrageous, and that's what draws in the page hits. Read the article, man.

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