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So, what's the deal?
Posted on Tuesday, April 24 2007 @ 07:14:23 PST

I've noticed less and less people are reading my reviews. Before I was getting like 400+ reads of a single game review, but now that I've developed my writing style, I'm lucky to see 200+ reads, with some reviews not even getting 100. What is the problem?

Could it be that my reviews are just too long for some of you to stand? Or is it that I'm not reviewing any games y'all are interested in? I just don't get it.

I've also noticed a lack of people rating my reviews. Some of my GR comrades are getting all of their reviews rated, while only a handfull of mine are. This may be due to the fact hardly anyone's reading them, but it's still puzzling me.

Oh, and I'll have that review of Deus Ex up later. I am yet to gauge how good the game is. As it stands, it's about Grade A material. To be honest, I believe that anyone who reviews Deus Ex validly with giving it anything below a B is criminally insane, a moron, oblivious to the greatness that is Deus Ex or Lawyer-man-whose-name-shalt-not-be-typed (who is all of the above).
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