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July 25th, 2007, 16:30
Gamespot has an interesting take in letting people vote in their own scores as well as posting the average of scores from other reviewers in their "We say-They Say-You Say" section. Many times you'll see that the user scores are higher, presumably because those who buy and enjoy the games have different expectations than an uninvolved reviewer, I guess.

I also like the formula here, where people review games because they are gamers as much as they are reviewers.
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