I'd like to see less of the 'Oh Ubisoft you silly sausage' style anthromophizing of publishers (they aren't singular people, they are large organisations). It's bad enough that every other post on say an EA article is 'EA are evil' or is grinding an axe over stuff that happened 15 years ago, without RPS encouraging that 'them and us' mindset. I'm not saying don't be critical (I'm all for criticism), but this sort of eye rolling 'look how silly they are' comes off as a bit wankerish at times tbh. It's reinforcing a flawed mindset.
Personally I have no issues with the way RPS is posting or the content. I don't enjoy the majority of the indie articles, because none of them really interest me and some come off as a tiny bit pretentious, but that's okay. I'm not the target audience for that, I just skim or or don't read it, just the same way as I don't read Dental News Today.
Must admit unless an indie title is truly innovative in some fashion I'm generally not that interested in it. Also I have limited time to post, so when the articles flood in it's hard to keep on top of them, let alone comment.
Also I don't mind the Diablo 3 or Guild Wars 2 flood of information because I'd suggest it's a safe bet that more people are interested in those titles than Indie Arthouse Game #607. Last I heard RPS was about PC gaming, not just indie niches. I can't see an issue with increased coverage of major titles. Hell, for most indie titles there isn't much to really post about, but there's a multitude of stuff you can post about regarding Diablo 3. And clearly the issues surrounding such titles are big enough to encourage spirited discussion. That alone justifies the number of articles.