GMIndie Magazine Issue 5
January 17, 2010
Three game reviews and two interviews make up the content of GMIndie Magazine’s fifth issue [view pdf, view Google Doc]. Joining the team to design the magazine is Matthew Haigh, formerly of Game Maker (Scope) Magazine, the result being the introduction of a two column layout.
It’s better than the last issue but why would you publish an interview in which the interviewee reveals nothing of any interest?
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Layout is much better
The second interview must be a joke. The answers are almost monosyllables!.
My one praise is that it’s better than the last issue, as said.
The second interview was a complete waste of time. The reviews are an improvement, but they’re still written dodgily (I hate how “4/5 for the graphics.” was inserted into the main text – the main text is where you convey your opinions with words and descriptions, not arbitrary numbers).
But yeah, definitely better, just still not that good.
“but why would you publish an interview in which the interviewee reveals nothing of any interest?” I asked the same question.