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GameSpot May See "Mass Resignations" Over Dismissal

Speaking with a Gamespot employee yesterday who wished to remain anonymous, Kotaku has learned that, despite the neutral nature of the Gamespot news item on the matter, the editorial staff is said to be "devastated, gutted, and demoralized" over the firing of former editorial director Jeff Gerstmann...The source also indicated that Larson's paraphrased assertion that "AAA" titles deserve more attention" was not necessarily a hint that Gamespot's reviewers be more lenient to those titles. Instead, in light of some rather controversial review scores - for example, the 7.5 for Insomniac Games' Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction - the editorial team needed to be more conscious of accuracy and impact of its scores...

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ElementX3434d ago (Edited 3434d ago )

For once I agree with you. Usually you're just a shallow minded sony humping fanboy

Chubear3434d ago (Edited 3434d ago )

Like I'm supposed to give a 'uck?

'uck gamespot employees & 'uck gamespot too!

IGNFTW3434d ago

GAMESPOT IS DEAD,SO THE NEWS STORIES ON THE SITE WILL COMPLETELY FADE AWAY WITHIN THE NEXT 2/3 MONTHS

darthv723434d ago

with people claiming to leave, maybe I can get a job there as an impartial reviewer????

antoinetm3434d ago

Are you a fanboy? if not i suggest u start looking elsewhere.

Azures3434d ago

Its sad that so many don't care about journalistic integrity. Jeff might have been an asshole at times, fine. Who isn't? But his opinion was his and it was honest.

Chubear3434d ago

He jsut 'ucked up and missed the memo on this one. Honest? pfft please, save that for naive 17year olds.

Azures3433d ago

Missed what memo? That he should pander to Eidos and give that game a higher review?

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