kalel wrote:Itís irrelevant whether it is a Lego or GTA game; if you look for faults and mark the game down accordingly then a 10/10 could easily be 6/10 in the eyes of the reviewer. Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda OOT are not without faults and if you review a game looking for negativities then many a classic could be portrayed as a mediocre title.Sid-Nice wrote:You say that like Lego games are just objectively fun - like it's an absolute.
This is a Lego game and it is fun with adult humour thrown in; if you review the game for what it is, then we are looking at an 8/10.
I think it's actually the other way round. If you find that specific type of humour and style enjoyable then it's fun, but I think objectively speaking we're probably looking at a 6 or something.
I'm really just pointing out what a pointless thing to say that is btw. I haven't played the game so I have no idea. I presume you haven't either.
I havenít played Lego City Undercover; Iím basing my opinion on reviews, previews and my previous experience with Lego games. If it wasnít for the adult humour and innuendos most Lego titles would be average at best anyway. I have purchased many Xbox 360 and PS3 games on the strength of Eurogamer reviews only to be disappointed, so Iíll be using the Edge review as a guide and if the game is anything above average then Iím happy.