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Dear Game Informer,
I am a long-time fan of your magazine. I love your reviews, your videos, your fun loving personalities and witty yet laugh-out-loud hilarious comedy. However it intrigues me how many errors pop up so frequently on your website. I understand that as humans we make mistakes. However, are you even running Spell-Check? I think it should have picked up this grammatical error.
"The map looks neat, but the real selling point is its readability Sound: The score is evocative of the period, but you'll likely turn it off within a few dozen hours."
So, what does readability have to due with the characteristics of the sound in a video game. Then I get the rest. You like the music, however, it can get old after enough time. At least, that's what I got out of this review. I would just like to thank the GI staff for their time and dedication to their website, magazine, and fan base.
A Game Informer Fan
So you didn't read the entire page that went along with it? You just read the short snippets? Get off their backs man. If you think you can do better start your own magazine.
Ya I too noticed the error they made with the sound part.
...Why is this a "review"?
Thanks for the user review man. What does complaining about a spelling mistake have anything to do with your opinion of this game? I get the rest. You have nothing better to do then sit around and think of things to complain about, however, it can get old after enough time.
Dear Game Informer "Fan",
It intrigues me how many errors pop up so frequently in your comment. I understand that, as humans, we make mistakes. However, are you even running Spell-Check? I think it should have picked up these errors. Perhaps you should just go away, and leave the rest of us to enjoy the content that is produced for our entertainment and benefit, as you are clearly incapable of doing so.
Every Real Game Informer Fan
one mistake is not a problem. GI is not run by Jesus.