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October 20th, 2007, 04:17
I think this article was particularly valuable because it shows two sides of the argument in one debate. Too often gaming journalists fail to apply the simple journalistic standard that you're supposed to be impartial yourself and then let two side of the coin debate. Of course, we're a critics industry so we have to be partial ourselves, but does that mean we can't invite someone to show the other side of the debate to our own readers?

We can do with a good shake up and someone questioning our assumptions. Forums are fine for that, but it's also good practice to let someone do it publicly too. Especially on a hot button like Fallout 3.

And Desslock is still a lawyer as far as I know, Reyla. He's good people despite that, tho'.
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