TBC 011: How Reviewing a Game Works


Video game reviews are a big part of the industry. Release dates are anticipated, embargoes are established, and review scores land around the internet simultaneously. Gamers can’t wait to see what the hot new title will score. But how does it all work? What’s the history of game reviews, and what do they really mean? How does one become a game reviewer? We answer all that, and more, in this month’s edition of the Two Button Crew podcast.

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Scott is an author and a lifelong fan of video games. Conqueror of punishing platformers such as Celeste, Super Meat Boy, N+, The Impossible Game, and Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels. You can find him constantly changing his main character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, stuck inside a VR headset, or helplessly addicted to Fortnite.

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