This post is a part of the #RPGaDAY series for 2017 by David F. Chapman and RPGBrigade. For more information, see this post at AUTOCRATIK. I'm modifying per suggestions from S. John Ross as well as applying my own interpretations. Comment with your answers or links to your own posts!
Day 10 - Where do you go for RPG reviews?
Another short and sweet answer: nowhere. I just...don't go after reviews, I guess? I guess I just don't think that there's a lot they can do for me. If I'm going after a game, it's largely come to me pre-recommended (basically see my answer from Day 3), or else I'm backing it on Kickstarter, so there's really not much space in there for a review to offer anything additional. Plus, I...don't generally regret buying games, I suppose. There may have been the odd exception here or there, but I like most games, or at least find value in reading them, and I'm happy to keep them in my library, even if I don't play them. So, yeah...there's not a lot of reason there for a pre-purchase review. And I guess I don't see much of a point to a post-purchase review. So, yeah. I just buy the game. Let the dice fall where they may.