Randy Pitchford Asks Daily Reaction: How Can Journalists Make Gaming a More Positive Place?

Continuing our ongoing conversation with some of the biggest names in the industry, Gearbox Software’s President and CEO takes a moment to ask the Daily Reaction crew of Sebastian Moss and Dan Oravasaari a question that could change the industry. - PSLS

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doctorstrange1834d ago

Time to pitch a tent, things are going to get randy.

Foolsjoker1834d ago

Sadly, I think the general populace doesn't care about positivity, just look at the mainstream news.

Stsonic1834d ago (Edited 1834d ago )

by not allowing yourselves to be paid off like common street walkers.

AnotherProGamer1834d ago

Take out the number scores in reviews when people see a review that's 9/10 or 7/10 they just base the game off that and not read the review for the pros and cons

nukeitall1833d ago (Edited 1833d ago )

Get rid of poorly written opinion articles that among others plague the intended for clickbaiting and fangirls. That alone is a minor problem compared to the next.

I think the masses of people that are one of the most immature group of people posting negative comments on the internet is making gaming a very negative place.

There is one thing to dislike something, voice a carefully crafted comment, but another to be racist, discriminatory and just in general voice hate speech.

Scores on reviews are the least of your problems in my opinion.

Godlovesgamers1833d ago

I've just started my own Playstation game review site this week that does just that. It's not much to look at yet but it's a start.


Einhert1833d ago

Don't be afraid to call a bad game bad, start scoring AAA releases properly instead of cashing out.

Oh and here is one for Randy, don't outsource beloved franchises you dirty little scumbag.

Roccetarius1833d ago (Edited 1833d ago )

Sadly, Journalists are living off the money ads and bonuses that publishing feeds them.

AnotherProGamer1833d ago

I think one of the main reasons they don't call a bad game bad. is because the fanboys will get angry. GTA V got some reviews less than 9/10 and fanboys just dismissed them as clickbait even though they were well written and points out the flaws. I even remember someone getting fired for giving a low score because of the fan outrage

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