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This page rates the reliability of many websites as sources. This is a reboot of this blog, because the creator is no longer active, the arrival of new websites/users, amd because I want this blog to be more feedback-based. Feel free to ask if a source is reliable in the comments.

Accepted

Neutral

Questionable

These websites and users are questionable as sources for many reasons (like having a controversial past, biased reviews or errors). They may be admitted to a certain extent, depending on how the reception of a thing they did.

English

Foreign

  • PPE.pl (frequent errors and many news are based on unconfirmed rumors)

Unreliable/Blacklisted

Note for admins: Add the websites listed here to MediaWiki:Spam-blacklist.

  • Any journalist that has written a Gamers Are Dead article
  • Breitbart
  • BuzzFeed (excessive clickbait)
  • Channel Awesome (their "reviews" are far too focused on gags, filler, and unfunny comedy)
  • Charriii5's Everything Wrong With videos (full of nitpicks/unimportant questions, unrelated pop-culture references, pointing things out on the screen, hypocrisy (such as sinning games for making puns, yet making them himself), sinning characterization/unrealism, sinning things multiple times, not understanding the source material for licensed games, not understanding lore/how the games work, making sins that are obviously wrong/with very little evidence to back them up, not explaining sins/sinning without context)
  • Common Sense Media (written from parents' perspectives, many reviews are written by SJWs or moral guardians)
  • ConnerTheWaffle (does not look up about games properly and uses other people's footages without credit)
  • Destructoid
  • Digital Chumps
  • DreamcastGuy (frequent biased reviews with inaccurate final verdict; adds clickbait titles and thumbnails)
  • GameSpot
  • Geeks + Gamers
  • Google user ratings (opinion-based, even if there are more likes than dislikes on a game, they can still get negatively received by anyone)
  • IGN
  • Jim Sterling (2021-present) (overly politically driven)
  • Mobile game store ratings (most of them are only about if the games work on the customers' devices and not their general reception)
  • Kotaku (politically driven)
  • One Angry Gamer
  • Polygon (politically driven)
  • Quarter to Three (extremely opinionated reviews)
  • The Mary Sue (opinionated)
  • Top Hat Gaming Man (overly opinionated and likes to add lewd images that have nothing to do with his videos to his thumbnails for no reason)
  • Youtuber Radical Rick (just a drama news channel who falsely accused of most other YouTubers of e-begging and being greedy)
  • Harman Smith (Nintendo fanboy who bashes pretty much anything that isn't Nintendo)
  • The Guardian (politically driven)

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