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  • IGN

    18 75.00%
  • Gamespot

    3 12.50%
  • Both

    2 8.33%
  • Neither

    1 4.17%
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    WiiChat Member Spencer's Avatar
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    I prefer renting the games and then being my own reviewer.

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    I like IGN's site layout a lot more. Everything seems a little more organized and professional to me. They also seem to update their Wii news and media more often.

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    i used dto be all about Gamespot becuase they had good reviews, and were sorta funny. but after watching some IGN reviews, i may be changing sides.

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    Between the 2 I voted IGN. I don't really like Gamespot.

    I frequent Gamespy though, they have a lot of good stuff. Some of their reviews could be questioned, but they have lots of good articles and some pretty sweet exclusives.

    But for reviews, I'll generally go to 2-5 different places and see what they all say.

    Wii Inventory: Wii, Zelda, Red Steel

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    I'm about to start the second dungeon, and so far, it's definitely an 8.8. I feel like the game is forcing me along like a sidescroller. In Zelda 64, as soon as I hit Hyrule Field, I could go pretty much anywhere on the map and find all sorts of secrets before meeting Zelda. A Link to the Past also had a more exciting beginning.

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    Gamestop is full of a bunch of PSX and XBOX fanboys. The console coverage is very outweighed.

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    IGN's site is easier to navigate

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