Eurogamer's hostile interview with David Cage over depiction of domestic violence

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PostRe: Eurogamer's hostile interview with David Cage over depiction of domestic violence
by Tafdolphin » Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:54 pm

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jawafour wrote:I now visit Eurogamer far less frequently than I used to. It was my number one place for discovering videogame news but, personally, I feel it has lowered its standards and now often publishes stuff with the sole intent of creating controversy and seeking attention. I guess, as it is a news and reviews outlet, there is nothing wrong with it taking that line if it wants to.

The quality of Eurogamer's fallen off a cliff pretty much since Tom left. Some of the reviews/reviewers really aren't good, and combined with other editorial and design decisions, it's somewhere I also visit less and less.


They've certainly, urgh, pivoted to more personality based content but there's still a lot of good stuff there. I find the reviews are generally of high quality, and Chris Bratt's "Here's A Thing" investigative stuff is second only to Danny O'Dwyer's Noclip IMO:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... XFyPCmv5Jx




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PostRe: Eurogamer's hostile interview with David Cage over depiction of domestic violence
by smurphy » Thu Nov 02, 2017 10:02 pm

Since them an RPS went under that Gamer Network thing they've both gone a bit funny. There's still quality content, but it's now muddled in with loads of rubbish. 'Here's a thing' is indeed very good, though.


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