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IGN's Statement on the Dead Cells review investigation:
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Joel Dawson 7 Aug 18
Replying to @IGN @agentbizzle
Make sure that when you hire a new Nintendo editor you have in the vetting process. That man has character and needs to have input in hiring talent.
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Brian Altano 7 Aug 18
Replying to @joeldawson83 @IGN
I accidentally tried to brush my teeth with moisturizer last week.
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Foxhack / Dave Silva 7 Aug 18
Replying to @IGN
"We take our review process seriously." Okay.
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jahred 7 Aug 18
Replying to @Foxhack @IGN
A poorly made game for gamers gets poor review bc the intended audience (gamers) is unlikely to enjoy it. A decent game for little kids gets decent review bc the intended audience (little kids) is likely to enjoy it. I don't see the issue. Also lmao this is like 15 years old
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TootsieRollGOOD 7 Aug 18
Replying to @IGN @PeerIGN
Have you considered giving the ad revenue from the review to Boomstick Gaming? He has a patreon and is working hard to make gaming videos for a living
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Peer Schneider 7 Aug 18
Replying to @BraveUlysses1 @IGN
Yes, we have talked about other steps behind the scenes. Our editorial manager reached out with a proposal along those lines.
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Claire Redfield 7 Aug 18
Replying to @IGN
this is why i never believe a review by any gaming website cos 1 there paid to put scores on 2 they dont play the game long enough ad 3 they only give scores to tehre favourite games making there less favourite games have low scores
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Dan O'Neill 7 Aug 18
Replying to @RiottRunsSquad @IGN
I hope you don’t really believe any of the stuff you just said. 😂
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ClaimWhatWasStolen2020 7 Aug 18
Replying to @IGN
“We take our review process seriously” coming from the same company who dinged a game for having too much water. Somehow I find that hard to believe
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Bruno de Arruda 7 Aug 18
Replying to @Michael04Champ @IGN
To be fair, the too much water complaint made some little sense. In Pokémon, that means you'll encounter the same 3 or 4 (or is it 2?) monsters over and over because you're on 'Surf' all the time
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