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As much as we’d like to, we can’t review everything we get sent and that’s for a couple of reasons but this is the most important: The things we cover are often considered minority or have a niche audience which is why we have a range of reviewers, each with their own area of expertise and experience. We believe that this means we deliver better informed – and we think – better quality coverage which adds value in a way that a simple subjective analysis just can’t manage. Not everything we get sent may be to our taste, or in our area of experience; that doesn’t mean we don’t recognise the effort, enthusiasm, determination and dedication it’s taken to produce and send to us. If we’re not educated or informed enough to appreciate what’s before us, who are we to pass judgement?
Oh, and we don’t review streams. Downloads and physical product yes, but no streams.
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