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“Losing a job you’ve held for over 11 years in an abrupt manner is shocking, yes.”
“I stand behind my work, regardless of where I do it,” Gerstmann told Joystiq in an e-mail. “If there was content that I felt I couldn’t support, it wouldn’t see the light of day.” Gerstmann did not comment specifically on the edits made to his text review of Kane & Lynch, or the site’s removal of the video review, but he did support the editing process in general. “If factual errors are made, I have no problem owning up to that error, correcting it, noting that a correction has been made, and feeling like an idiot for making the mistake in the first place,” he said.
“A reviewer’s Xbox Live Gamercard is rarely a good place to look for answers about how much that reviewer has (or hasn’t) played a game,” he said. “For the record, I saw both endings in Kane & Lynch before writing about it.”
“I’m not really sure what I want to do next,” he said. “This whole situation has left me with a lot to think about. While this sort of clean break would be an acceptable time to think about trying game development, I feel like I still have more to say and do on the editorial side of the fence, too.”
Despite the number of people who are taking these rumors … to mean that game writing is ethically bankrupt, I don’t feel that’s the case,” he said. “Either way, I’m currently keeping my options open and have been in contact with interesting people on both sides.”
Pues más o menos dice que bueno, que él sigue apoyando su trabajo y que corrobora todo lo que dijo de Kane & Lynch. Que no sabe qué va a hacer en un futuro y que ya tiene alguna oferta.