That's it, the summer break is now over, and though we managed to bring quite a lot of content in the past two months, you should of course expect a lot more in September. Our small team is as motivated as ever, so you should see a good number of videos of highly-anticipated games such as Borderlands 2 or Fifa 13 or PES 2013, but we'll also cover more modest titles, like Of Orcs and Men, whose graphics seem rather impressive to us considering it's not a AAA game, or The testament of Sherlock Holmes, which could appeal to adventure enthusiasts. If I can find some time to translate both articles, we'll also have a full hands-on preview of Harold, Moon Spider's very first game, as well as the interview of Loris Malek, the studio's president. Lots of stuff as I was saying, to thank you for your support and confidence.
as a consumer i lose nothing if it's a shit game. reviewer do since they now have to publish a late review which probably doesn't get them as many clicks. but meh...reviewers...who cares. (1 minute ago)
can't say i care much about bethesdas new policy. but then i don't put much stock in what other people have to say about games. buy a game. make your own mind up. sell it on ebay if it's shit. (3 minutes ago)
EuroGamer - Bethesda's anti-consumer review policy comes as no surprise: [url] (7 minutes ago)
"We also understand that some of you want to read reviews before you make your decision, and if that’s the case we encourage you to wait for your favorite reviewers to share their thoughts." (8 minutes ago)
Bethesda & Game Reviews: [url] (8 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: vaguely remember that one. (1 Hour ago)