Late last month IGN scooped new Revolution system specs through the tireless journalistic efforts and dogged tenacity for which they are known. What they found was a system that was not willing to pony up the horsepower (get it? Pony.
As we bid farewell to one of GWJ's most prolific and creative voices, we look at the same time toward the future of the site. The (temporary?) loss of one feature spells the opening for new voices to be introduced, and while we do loves us our Fletcher, we also love the opportunity to introduce new and incredibly varied talents to our readership.
Once upon a time, there was a genre that dominated computer gaming, and described its greatest titles across a broad and imaginitive spectrum. This genre was the leader in both graphical advances and creative imagining for a fledgling industry.
I concede from the start that any Official magazine devoted to console specific coverage is probably not widely known as the secret bastion of unbiased integrity, any more than a high-school cheerleading squad is just hoping that the best team wins.
Considering the nefarious actions of certain sites of, some might say, ill repute, I think it's important to note that we do not sell our billing for Game of the Week. We have taken this firm stand because we are mighty in our principles!