The lights are on
Starting on Monday, you'll notice something new at the bottom of all of our news stories. After you're done reading the facts, you'll have a chance to hear from the author in a new section we're calling "Our Take."
The purpose behind Our Take is to give a bit more context and color without compromising the integrity of the factual reporting. The new section will give Game Informer's editorial staff a chance to contribute additional analysis to all of the day's news.
This won't appear in every piece, just our news stories. Our features, opinion pieces, previews, and reviews won't be affected (they are already full of opinion and analysis). We're eager to hear your feedback as we pilot this new format, so be sure to sound off in the comments.
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i look forward to this. i always like hearing what the editors have to say, good or bad.
I like it.
You guys need to make an article about the kid imprisoned for a sarcastic comment regarding League of Legends.
Kinda like how I asked for your opinion on a different story, right Mike? Good. Who knows. With your guys experience working around the industry and us gamers on the front lines, maybe we could enlighten each other.
I like the sound of this, it will be nice to hear your opinions along side the news stories.
don't be biased, is all i ask please...
As long as your opinions aren't too biased. Keep it neutral Gameinformer.
Ha, now we won't have people saying GI is biased because of the facts the post. Now they can be called biased because they're being biased!
This is a great idea. I've always wanted to hear what you all think.
Let's see how this goes!
I remember another gaming website had a similar format. I feel like it was Gamespy a few years ago that did something like this, but I noticed that they don't have it on any of their last news stories before they closed doors. At any rate, I'm optimistic about this. I respect all of the editors opinions so I'm very interested to hear what they have to say about news as it happens.
I like it because it is separated from the main article
Sounds good, looking forward to it.