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November 2nd, 2013, 10:06
In this age of information, I began to think sites which have larger denominator matter. When I plan to buy something, I compare negative and positive user reviews at Amazon and, buy the products when I'm convinced. Likewise, I thought core RP gamers may matter in supporting projects but, as it turns out, who actually seem to matter in most cases are those who can gather people through major social networks. Actually, the trick was rather simple: More people mean more chance of finding similar tastes. Especially when talking of RPGs, taste differs and even "hardcore RP gamers" mean many things. It's much more efficient to go major sites and find opinions which actually matter to you.
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