Confessions of a former VG reviewer–or Video-game review archive

April 8, 2007 at 3:02 pm | Posted in Video-game reviews | 3 Comments

Here’s something else you might not have known about me: I used to review video-games both for fun and for this crappy ad-filled web-space known as canoe.ca Things started to head south both for me and the site–I wasn’t very stable mentally, and had several nervous breakdowns over the most trivial of issues, including but not limited to what I refer to as “obsessionless obsessions.” Perhaps I’ll elaborate on all this later. At any rate, sometimes I wonder if I should commence reviewing games again. At canoe.ca, I eventually wound up out of commission, but my superiors Ryan and Tony moved up, as it were, to a pretty OK site. To be honest, I personally wish reviewing video-games was more like reviewing movies–with more substance than style, but these are the types of sites that draw up the most viewers. For the time-being, I have created an archive of my past work on a separate blog.

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  1. i really like the review blog. i think a lot of gamers would enjoy. well done.

  2. And the photos?

  3. I want to in order to a clean new WordPress theme for the site, yet Google offers indexed 2500 pages through the old site (mainly due to a date module making a new page for each day). How do I assure all those pages remain available for Google, without vomiting a “Page Not Found” when someone tries to access it after setting up the new WordPress theme. The present site is certainly content maintained and is working pHp..


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