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Hello, I am Reinhold Hoffmann, the proud founder of http://www.game-art-hq.com/ a website and community all about video game related art, culture and history.

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Hello everyone, Hoffmann writes a C-Blog for the first time after many weeks!

Instead of featuring fan art, cosplays or complaining about something, this one is about a suggestion for a change.

I am pretty sure there is an email-adress for suggestions, but honestly, i hope to see some comments here by the community.

Whenever i look through the latest 10-15 community blogs, i often look-up any reviews by members first. Lord Spencer's series of Super Nintendo game reviews as example. Or the ones about relative unknown games from different platforms by the Gameslinger.

How about giving reviews by members a bigger spotlight maybe in the form that they can be their own blog-category and are easy to find via a menu-point + similar to the frontpage, the latest 20 community member reviews are listed including their scores once a viewer clicked on the c-member review menu link?

There could be a simple formular for community member reviews where the writer can choose a platform. How a game is scored /the system how the writer wants to give a score could still be chosen by the writer.

Either i missed something, or currently it is not easy to find c-blog reviews and have the latest ones listed. How about changing that @dtoid?

Beside that, thanks a lot for your time and effort at you, the people who are writing reviews here sometimes.

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