Wow, thanks for the brutal honesty. I guess i'm not as well read when it comes to blogging about games.
You don't necessarily need to be. Do read what you can though. Especially the Gamejournos Tumblr page I linked; it expounds on pretty much everything wrong with writing about games these days. Granted, he's mostly targeting the big "journalism" sites like Kotaku and Destructoid, rather than the small amateur fanblogs, but still, it's good advice for anyone who actually wants to write good content.
Ultimately, though, it's your blog. You should write what you want, so that you enjoy what you're doing.
I certainly had no idea that there was even a ladder to have a bottom rung to exist on in this field.
Heh, well, it's not like there's some "official" ranking of games blogs or something. I was just saying, everything starts at the bottom.
But again, this is why ive only disclosed the site's existence to CAG and its users, to get this sort of feedback.
Take the good and the bad. Like I said, if you're taking it seriously, and read up on what's out there, what's good and what's bad, you have a ton of room to grow.
As far as the start is concerned, i dont plan on limiting myself to what ive done so far, there will be varied and exciting content in the future. But seriously, thanks.
Yeah, absolutely. By no means did I mean to say something like "your blog started poorly, it has no chance." Everything has to start somewhere. I'm just saying that the earlier you start to think about more critical, compelling writing, the better.
Best of luck!