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Submitted by Crazybone126 1032d ago | opinion piece

Review Scores: Before & After

E-mpire writes: For any product out there, people feverishly peruse the belly of the internet for a review, of the said product, to discover if it’s worth their time and hard-earned cash. If the review is favorable of the item, typically, a person would invest in the product as soon as they possibly can. If on the unfavorable spectrum, people generally will either steer clear of the product, or try to find another source for a review of the item and base their judgments upon that. Unfortunately, this all took place in the not-so-distant past. (PC, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

swice  +   1032d ago
Very true. It was a gradual change that most of us didn't even notice, but now that it's in the spotlight, it's really easy to agree with this article. While this is a long article, it's still worth a skim-over

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