If you sell a product or service, there will be reviews. Reviews can behave as a blessing or a curse, depending on how objective the reviewer are. While it is far from a perfect system, many people rely on reviews when deciding whether to spend their money. This also applies to the video game industry.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of video games available to the modern player. With overall rising costs and sophistication of hardware, we see AAA titles going for $60 to $70 USD (and that’s for standard editions) a pop. Unless you have money to waste, you’d likely have to purchase games wisely. Other than a particular alliance with a favorite franchise, how else do you determine if a game is worthy of your $70? For many, we rely on the reviews. How much do video game reviews impact your purchases?
A recent example was with…
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