Well, what do you expect? We live in an era in which video game journalism in the means of "We feed you some news" is basically extinct. And the little bit that is still going on is so competitive that they just cannot afford to hire academics, professional journalists with experience. The average writer nowadays is some guy with zero writing experience who is only there because he used to dryclean the carpet and told someone he likes to play Xbox. At least that is my impression... but it is frequently confirmed by how poorly articles over at IGN and Kotaku are written. Ineffective choice of words, humble use of grammar, confusing structure... it's evident that those "journalists" do not have the slightest idea what they are even doing. It's only one step above the average forum post, absolutely pathetic for a commercial news website.