Video game review site, Brash Games at www.brashgames.co.uk has been in the sights of ex-staff and some game developers for a number of alleged issues. The focus on the site started when review authors of the site that had left, reported that the site owner was involved in a number of questionable practices. Alleged review score modification to align with other sites on reviews they wrote, removing all traces of a reviewers link to their work when they left the site by changing the name of the author on the review. Those reviews were written with the promise of establishing their work within to industry but were unpaid positions, in exchange they got their name out there and a copy of the game they would review.
They especially caught the attention of Jim Sterling:
There have been discussions, as Jim sterling mentioned in the video above, that legal proceedings are being discussed by affected parties against site owner Paul Ryan. Whether that comes to light is unknown.
Whatever the case may be, it seems that Paul Ryan has had enough and is putting the site and all of its content up for sale. For the potential buyer, they will get almost 4,000 game reviews although attributing them to their original author may be difficult.
— Brash Games (@BrashGames) May 6, 2017