I think we should explain the various terms that appear in brackets after the title of the game reviews.
[Il Ludologo consiglia em>] strong> (Ludologo recommend) reviews written specifically for this blog using language appropriate to those who are not expert in games, but approaching with curiosity this world. The games presented with this label I think deserve to be known and played, though, of course, can like it or not. Fortunately, everyone has his own tastes. In any case at the end of each review there are two sections “Why I recommend this game ? em>” and “ Why I do not recommend this game ? em>” which should give you an idea of target to which the game is facing.
[TdG em>] strong> my reviews published on the website www.goblins.net a>. Since La Tana dei Goblin is a community of gamers these reviews tend to be designed and written for an audience of gamers. There are reviews 5-6 years old and probably thanks to the the time and acquired skills now I would just say something different.
[Take Two em>] strong> reviews for games expert based on a first impression of a game (actually after the second play). The gamers (or compulsive buyers, friends are used to call me) tend to be attracted by the novelty. Rarely a game is granted more than two chances. … if a game doen’t work after the second play is often destined to go to gather dust.
[Il Ludologo presenta em>] strong> (Ludologo is writing about) reviews written specifically for this blog using language appropriate to those who are not expert in games, but approaching with curiosity this world. The games presented with this label are games that I like to tell but I would not recommend because I know little or even because they still have not managed to meet my taste.
[Gamers Alliance Report] em> strong> reviews published for the American magazine Gamers Alliance Report < / a>
[ WIN em>] strong> reviews published in Austrian magazine WIN.