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Presenting the new-look Destructoid reviews format

Dec 06 // Jim Sterling
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We at Destructoid are always looking to improve our reviews. They're a huge part of our site and one of the most controversial aspects of any videogame community, so ensuring that reviews are clear, concise and fair should be a prime priority of any outlet. 

With that in mind, we realize that reviews are always going to be a sore point and the root of many arguments, no matter how clear we make the scoring system or refined the review's text. That doesn't mean we can't try, however, and I think our continued effort may finally have paid off. 

Introducing the latest evolution of Destructoid reviews -- an all-new format, with a focus on finally giving the audience what it wants from a game review. This is what the people asked for, this is what they are getting!


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Jim Sterling, Former Reviews Editor
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