@Nakamura:As i mentioned earler, no-one is expecting anything but realistic expections in terms of accuracy in articles, errors will always creep in, hence backspace keys, Tippex etc invented, but if community here was used to even a small degree, you'd avoid the more school boy type errors, such as those mentioned like ST Myth, MS Strider etc.Plus if as in the case of Myth writer only really aware of the C64/ZX Speccy versions etc, yet no the cart version,Thalion instant expert mentions Grandslam, but not collapse of and new publisher, community could have helped there.Countless more examples, but you get my drift.
Anything has got to be better than people jumping in head 1st with claims of agenda's, poster claims they can write a better article.All that does is cause ill-feelings on both sides and people think hang on, i've seen RG Freelancers say the same of other RG Freelancers work in past elsewhere, so what's on?.
All we really want is to avoid the easy to spot/overlook stuff.A writer can be so focused they miss the obvious (whole wood for the trees scenario).
You mention movies, well ok, how many get script's re-written, different directors, endings etc changed after test-screening? there feedback is used to shape the final product and as for spoilers, ok, Titantic? or if your an avid comic book buff like myself, you know whats going to go down in 300, Kick-Ass etc, yet it's not the destination as it were, but the journey.
If community involvement is'nt viable, no worries, i had to suggest it, but guys, please when community does pick up on errors, take it as a compliment, that your articles are being read with such scrunity, not just skimmed through.If we are taking that much time to read through it, clearly your work has captured our attention.Please no more 'moaners' or spoilt brat stuff, you'll just end up with less feedback, period.
Thank you for your time.