Reporters come and go, again you're acting like they are being denied to speak they aren't.
>The gaming outlets are meant to be on our side not the developers!
Kotaku made their decision when they realized who had more money to give them, they aren't on your side or my side, this sudden...
It totally makes it right, they have the right to choose who they speak to and who they don't.
If they decide not to speak with the sensationalist Games Journalists Kotaku
This isn't about Kotaku writing a bad review, they've done this before people still do bad...
This is Kotaku.
They aren't known for their gaming press.
What planet are you from where this is true?
Even if that was true then it'd be Bethesda and Ubisoft the ones out of luck, they're missing out on free advertising for their titles on launch day, and they willingly decided the coverage...
I didn't know that but that's fucking hilarious, I thought that it was some big thing that the companies did jointly for some reason.
Luckily though people that have the balls to actually bear the tarnished title of "games journalists" are stepping to the plate to replace these bloggers.
And you think Kotaku, the site that still holds these unethical ties with multitudes of other companies all the while they are crying about this blackout because they "didn't give Bethseda and Ubisoft's games good reviews".
What I'm saying is I don't believe Kotaku's sob story for...
You know I'm expecting them to not receive free merch from the company they are reviewing to be honest.
This is the best thing that has happened to them, they are finally given the chance to do REAL reviewing and real journalism, I'd bet my bottom dollar that both leaks were found by press...
Name a gaming press that does hold publishers and developers to account.
Everything in games media is more or less Third-party marketing.
This isn't Kotaku trying to stand up against the AAA giant; this is them throwing a hissy-fit because they fucked up and did a naughty no-no in their...
No punchline this week sadly; at least it opens some sort of dialogue.
Kotaku got what they deserved, if they actually had the idea from the get go to be real journalists this shit wouldn't have happened.
They bit the hand that fed them and as a result they don't get to talk in depth about...