@thatpinguino said:I can't wait to see what new stuff is in store. I've been hoping for an initiative like this for years. Bring back the written word! Viva la alphabet!@darkbeatdk: @bananasfoster: IGN and Gamespot are the two largest sites dedicated to games on the internet and they almost never have the type of articles you're complaining about. If your impression of the gaming establishment is the editorials on Polygon and Kotaku that make up like 10% of their overall output, then I don't know what to tell you.And if they GB does post op-eds that are too emotional for your liking, you don't have to read them.It has nothing to do with them being too emotional, in my opinion. It has to do with them being too self-involved and naval-gazing. One can see importance in something because brilliance exists, and then one can see importance in something purely because they WANT to.Listening to the gaming "in crowd" breathlessly talk in near religious tones about how important games are comes across, to me, like listening to 1-Direction fans talk about how amazing and important the music is and how deep and brilliant the boys in the band are.Listening to the "gaming press" echo chamber is like being at a boy-band fan convention. The conversation reaches a point where it feels no longer tethered to any sort of grounded reality. The above posted screen grabs are great examples of that.