[QUOTE="donalbane"]Same here, I'm currently working to see logistically how I can make something like that work. Stand by and keep on posting those recommendations for top 100 and 500 writers :) Shouldn't it be possible to implement the LifeFyre with the same HTML & programming coding they use for the for the articles and just open it up for use on the user reviews?
You know which feature I'd love to see? I want the community to be able to comment on our reviews, and the option to turn off comments if the author feels like things are getting out of hand.Synthia
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In theory, but the current code for GameSpot is old and kinda fragile, like a doily. It doesn't always play nice like that. However, I think we're looking into that during the redesign. Synthiaok, maybe it's easier when it goes with the rest of the website. It's a feature that would be nice to have
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