Mine has to be Gamespot and IGN, although Game-Revolution is still an old favorite.
IGN, fair and balanced. Just the way I like it.
(I hope someone gives me trouble for this)
Not for Sony, but I go to IGN too.
I really dont' read reviews anymore, I just skip to the summary.
Gamespot. I like the format of the site and they are pretty tough on games so they don't go to easy on any one system.
I go to the E-mpire network sites, IGN and any other sites that are recommended to me.
i dont bother, in the end someone liked the game enough to make it so in someone's eyes its a good game
why should i care if someone else doesn't like it?
A lot of developers dislike the games they make. And reviews, in my eyes are supposed to say how the game works, and where the game falls flat and stuff. I think you should take some writer's opinions to heart if it's on a credible source site like GameSpot or IGN.Originally Posted by Crow
for reviews I go to alot of places. but what is more important for me than reviews are news news and more news. I only read reviews and previous of important games.
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I'm usually a pretty good judge of what I'll enjoy, so I don't read many reviews.
If I'm not sure about a game, I'll come here and see what people are saying.
I just read my playstation mag, cant be arsed with internet rankings.
I read Play. tis pretty good. Good writers. Lack of biased-ness (for a playstation mag at least.)
1up isn't bad. As long as the review isn't by Jeremy Parish, I tend to consider it.
ign, gamespot and gamesradar (although it can be a bit slow with getting new news)
E-mpire and Gamerankings, but I usually go with magazines if anywhere at all. EGM is overall a very good reviewer, and if you ignore the numbers (you should anyway), Nintendo Power is usable for Nintendo games. Barely. Before the overhaul you couldn't trust a word they said. Although I do appreciate one thing about their horribly overinflated scores they used to have - had they not hyped Tales of Symphonia so much, I never would have bought it. Despite what more honest reviewers say, I found it to be one of the best games of ALL genres this generation.
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