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Now let me ask you (and all the readers out there) what is the point of making a game or even playing a game from scratch if you are going to use cheats? Diablo - You can use the duplicating cheat to double the currency that you possess, correct?
Problem: Trying to sort out the English from the Greek can often bring a tear to the eye, especially when a deadline looms.
Word Count Junkies - These reviewers equate their worth on how many pages they'll be given for any specific games.
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Before I start this I guess I should say that none of the below applies to any of the NAG reviewers. Glory Seekers - this type will diligently play the game from beginning to end but they have an agenda, to slag off the game based on how popular it is and/or how much advertising the title has received all in the name of being resistant to marketing hype and making sure everyone knows it.
To compensate for this get the April issue - make sure you read the box entitled 'Next Month', there be juicy stuff there.
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Plagiarizers - this is the worst kind of writer, after spending a few minutes with a title they decide they hate it and then only play the game for a few hours after which they read a few other reviews of the same game and then proceed to write the review.
There - now that the compulsory disclaimer is in place I can start the slamming… Lately there is a trend developing in the game reviewing discipline, an annoying trend that doesn't seem to be going away… I've been reading game reviews since game reviews were first written. As far as I can determine, I wrote the first game review [screenshots taken with a camera aimed at my Commodore Amiga monitor] in South Africa. Problem: Their loss of perspective isn't fair on the game being reviewed. Cheaters - The first thing they do when receiving a new title is to look for cheats, quickly finishing the game thinking all they need to do is pay a little special attention to the boss characters, the end-of-game weapon and the level design of the last mission.
I expect I can speak with some authority on this subject because a. They then think this is enough to comment on the whole title.
Problem: Always trying to justify why a B-Grade title needs a three page review.
There are many other types but these all fall into sub-categories under the above examples.