#1 Posted by Confirm4Crit (171 posts) -

<p>I wanna fill an RSS feed with solid gaming news sites, industry blogs, write ups, etc. anyone have any favorite sites that they check out daily/weekly that're worth noting (besides GB of course :p)?</p>

#2 Edited by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -

GB, Rock Paper Shotgun, Reddit, Twitter, Idle Thumbs podcast, and very rarely YouTube throws a relevant recommended vid at me. Jeff's Tumblr is pretty good, too.

#3 Posted by Cincaid (3048 posts) -

News: Twitter and NeoGAF. Twitter for direct news from followed developers and journalists, NeoGAF mostly for their hilarious fanboy-wars (and they're quite quick on posting actual news as well).

Interesting write-ups and video content: Giant Bomb

#4 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8020 posts) -

The New York Times

#5 Posted by Pr1mus (4087 posts) -

Joystiq and Rock Paper Shotgun but i get most of the latest news on Reddit and by following people on twitter.

#6 Posted by jdh5153 (1097 posts) -

IGN and Kotaku

#7 Posted by Nivash (245 posts) -

Besides Giantbomb? The Swedish version of Gamereactor (which probably isn't much use to you if you don't speak Swedish) for general gaming news, PC Gamer for PC news. PCG have some pretty entertaining feature articles too even if you aren't that into PC gaming. Just ignore the current crop of platformwarz news (I swear, PC gamers can be some of the worst platform warriors out there) and you'll be fine.

#8 Posted by EpicSteve (6910 posts) -

I follow all the major outlets like Polygon, Ign, and Gamespot on Twitter. And check most of those sites several times throughout the day.

#9 Edited by Canteu (2861 posts) -


I tend not to follow video game news, since it's pretty dumb, and if a game's coming out, I'll know about it.

#10 Edited by Gamer_152 (14278 posts) -

Polygon, The Escapist, The Game Overthinker, Gamasutra, and on occasion Kotaku, Gamespot, or Destructoid.

#11 Edited by Duder_Me (321 posts) -

Here and GameSpot. Besides, most video game news these days is about business stuff and I don't like reading about business stuff because it gets real messy.