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    The "Ask Raw anything about reviewing games" thread

    Over the years of reviewing games for this site one thing I've noticed is when people want to write reviews here, there's always something holding them back. I was intentionally going to write a whole guide for reviewing games, however it's very specific what some people suggest for their reviews. So instead of a rather meaty guide I've decided to make this thread so you can ask me any questions, problems or queries about reviewing games.

    Ask away.

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    Can think of a few questions some people might ask, but having done a few reviews myself, I can kind of answer those myself, (especially as I imagine our reasoning would be similar).

    However do have a question for you. How do you decide which game to review, out of all the ones you have played, be it a long time ago, or recently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vyse the Legend View Post
    However do have a question for you. How do you decide which game to review, out of all the ones you have played, be it a long time ago, or recently?
    I believe everyone is different in choosing what game to review. I'm the kind of guy who would play something more recent and dive straight into reviewing it as soon as I feel I've played enough of it's content. But if you ask this to question someone like Titchgamer they would probably choose something classic. In my case as I've been doing this for some time so I usually play a game with the intention of reviewing it afterwards. But for a newcomer's stand I'd say go for a game which you have strong opinion for, be it for a bad game or good.

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