Hope that helps!
It does. Thank you!
There are already a lot of different websites -- not to mentioned print-publications, radio and TV shows, etc. -- providing game reviews in many different styles and from many different perspectives. To compete with all of these existing, established reviewers you would need to bring something to the table that isn't already on offer; this could be a different perspective on the games, the style in which your reviews are presented, or the level of detail offered. You might also be able to carve out a good niche if you reviewed games that don't get as much coverage from existing mainstream reviewers.
I was planning on doing a pretty in-depth review, and using a template for each post with a lot of ratings on certain individual things, such as graphical quality, interface, originality, polish, balance (for online games, mostly), learning curve, and so on, then an overall rating based on those.
I'd probably focus on F2P games and maybe some Flash/browser games. If I get really into it, I might start buying games to review them.
It certainly couldn't hurt you to publish a free blog with WordPress.com.
True...though I might injure my mind trying to think of a name for it
Does anyone have any tips on things they wouldn't want to see in a game reviewing website?