aside from the Twitter feed, here?
I like the Escapist
. Mostly because I like Bob Chipman's film reviews and 'the big picture' segments and I LOVE Jim Sterling's rants about the business.
I like LRR's 'Checkpoint'
series, very funny.
is required viewing for everyone, imo
I like the Classicgameroom
video series, and GOG.com
I like the 'All your history are belong to us'
series on Machinima
In general tho I feel there's just too much
gaming news and gaming discussion and opinion and just endless
youtube videos of corporate and non-corporate 30-40 something white guy hipsters and maybe a girl, sitting at tables, drinking coffee or microbrews and talking in buzzwords about the minutiae of gameplay. It's not news, it's like overhearing people at work talking about something...
for ex: recently I tried (tried!) subscribing to whatever channel Adam Sessler was on because he's said a few things I agree with. But then, what happens- my youtube feed was choked with videos from his site, and mostly it's just boring tedious shit, like a 24-7 cable news network. It's overkill.
, which has some great content, isn't worth subscribing to, imo, because they just bury your news feed with junk, they'll post like 100 videos a day... it's spamming that serves corporate more than the gamer... so I don't bother...
Game news, imo, isn't a bad thing, there's just too much of it, and for me, it's only interesting, and only really approaching journalism
- when it's used to address the rights of consumers to get better product.