That definitely would help here. As you say what we need is some
non-biased opinions in a case like this, and although I am sure I can
give one it still wouldn't be too favorable to the games. First of
all, I don't own any of the Azabat games myself so my opinions would
be largely based on second or third hand information which wouldn't
necessarily be my own, and would reflect what I heard rather than
experienced. Second, as I generally have rather high standards anyway
I tend to be more critical of games and developers who don't fall into
that set of standards. This hasn't exactly made me popular with other
accessible game developers because nobody likes their work to be
criticized by other developers including me. So if audiogames.net
could have some way where user's could leave feedback, reviews,
comments, etc a new gamer could hear what people actually think of the
games both good and bad from a playability standpoint.
On 11/25/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> That was the sort of thing I was thinking, rather like the gamefaqs reviews
> system, so that the description would be none biased but people would know
> that if they hit rviews they got others opinions.
> hopefully Sander and Richard will add it at some point in the future.
> Beware the grue!
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