So, How Did You Like the Computer Game? How to Write Computer Game Review Articles

Well, it turns out the computer games weren’t as bad after all! More and more people are getting into computer gaming and not just the younger generation. Computer games are now getting more sophisticated and we are starting to get into virtual reality, even the military uses high-tech video game simulators to train their warfighters.

The great thing about computer games is you can buy almost any type of computer game that you might like to play. Of course, before you go out and spend the money you’ll want to read all about the computer game reviews for those particular games. There is a huge demand for computer game review articles online. This presents a pretty excellent opportunity if you are an online article author.

But first, I must warn you if you’re going to write computer game reviews, and if you take free computer games from the companies that make them, you could be violating “Buzz Marketing Rules” if you don’t disclose that fact.

Now then, you are probably wondering what some of the important things are which computer gamers want to see in a review? Here are four of the main things that you must cover when doing a video game review:

Skill Level
Speed of Game
Levels of Games
Realistic Nature of the Game

And if you are going to gear your computer game review articles towards the younger generation, you’re going to have to learn their computer slang. They have their own language when it comes to their favorite sport of computer gaming. I can’t wait to see the great articles you write on computer gaming reviews, and I wish you all the best. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes you ought to call up a gamer and ask them what they think using your new phone; PhoneComparisons

Note: All of Lance Winslow’s articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers. Lance Winslow believes those who use these strategies lack integrity and mislead the reader. Indeed, those who use such cheating tools, crutches, and tricks of the trade may even be breaking the law by misleading the consumer and misrepresenting themselves in online marketing, which he finds completely unacceptable.