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  • Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare - Havoc review

  • ROMhack 29/01/2015

    There's a lot of shitty games out there. CoD is just one of them so give it a break, yeah.

    Edit: Alright, it's not 'shitty'. Bland is a better word for it.
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  • Grim Fandango Remastered review

  • ROMhack 27/01/2015

    I look forward to buying it on sale because I'm one poor SOB

    And it does peak early. That port-place is buzzing with energy, and not that the other parts aren't good, but they just don't quite match up to it. One of the best settings in any game.
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  • Ubisoft deactivating keys it says were "fraudulently" obtained and resold

  • ROMhack 26/01/2015

    Well-polished, high-quality, modern action games with excellent voice-acting.

    Absolutely inspired, forgettable products.

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  • 'Sorry about Christmas' PSN discount rolls out Friday

  • ROMhack 23/01/2015

    I'd sooner give money to a bum on the road than waste my hard-earned money on thin-air. Reply +1
  • Resident Evil HD Remaster review

  • ROMhack 20/01/2015


    I was really only talking about the main games. The less-heralded spin-offs revel in their silliness, alongside the puzzles, action, etc.

    It's why I like them more.
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  • ROMhack 20/01/2015

    I played the version on the Gamecube and I was lost about what was so great about the game. I can see how it would appeal but for all the fantastic elements of horror-design that are in the game, these great pieces of setplay are ultimately lost on what amounts to a very uninteresting story and a rather forgettable assortment of characters. I guess the main appeal is in the idea of the game as a 'puzzle' and it's pretty ingenious how it leaves you stranded in the mansion searching for answers while constantly battling merciless enemies but that only lasts for a few hours before the game goes full b-movie without any of the endearing b-movie aesthetics that silly horrors always make sure to use (Filmwise - Dawn of The Dead; Gameswise - Dead Rising).

    Sometimes I think that Resident Evil's greatest problem is that it wants to be serious and schlocky at the same time. REmake exemplifies this the most but it's also clearly there in RE4, which is another game that people tend to take as something far more sincere than it is but which soon gets into the real territory that it wants to head into - over-the-top action.

    Edit: On the subject of b-movie aesthetics, I've just realised that it's something they removed from the original game when they did the remaster. The Playstation one definitely had them in it (notably the voice-acting).
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  • Borderlands 2 creative director joins Orcs Must Die team

  • ROMhack 09/01/2015

    That reminds me, I have this creative new idea:

    What about if we take one really popular genre and merge it with another really popular genre and make it really repetitive for the kind of people who don't tire of leveling-up because on-screen feedback never ceases to gratify.

    Awesome, right?
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  • Paul McCartney is a hologram in the music video for Destiny's Hope for the Future

  • ROMhack 09/12/2014

    Doesn't surprise me. Bungie have always been pretentious as fuck.

    Remember those slow-motion videos when one (or more) of the Halo games came out acting as if it was Saving Private Ryan, only you know based on a war that didn't actually happen?

    Maybe someday a reviewer could point out that by their very nature the games they make are a bit silly and not to be taken seriously. Hopefully they'll get the message.
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  • Face-Off: PES 2015

  • ROMhack 05/12/2014


    The AI is my biggest gripe with PES 2015. It shows very little awareness and rarely tracks runs of computer players (you simply can't play as 10 outfield players all at once) and on the flip-side the opponent AI rarely, if ever, looks to cross the ball choosing instead to play 99% of their play through the middle. As well as that it's just really easy all-round to tackle the AI as they don't release the ball quick enough in the midfield (or try very hard to shield it).

    It's not really 'amazing' but it's passable sure.
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  • For the first time, Metal Gear Solid 4 will be available as a download

  • ROMhack 04/12/2014

    For what it's worth, MGS4 is a game that's worth playing if you've played the previous titles but it really did need to figure out a more engaging way to balance the gameplay with the exposition. It's easy to criticise it for being unable to do so to be honest given that the 3 previous games managed it and probably all had more interesting stories contained within. My feeling is that Kojima was working with too few limitations and the result would have been better if he'd had somebody to work alongside him and point out that the intentions he had for the game weren't always going to work given the medium he was working with.

    The cut-scenes themselves weren't always the problem, just the lack of awareness about how to tell the story in a way that didn't bore anybody not enamoured by the Metal Gear Solid lore (the fan-service criticism is apt, I feel).
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  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 review

  • ROMhack 10/11/2014

    @iamexclusive I don't know why you're getting negative responses because that's a very good point. Tom reviewed last year's game and he, like me, probably ended up being too biased to give it a decent review. My experience of 2014 was that it was exceptional for the first 2 hours and then gradually became utter shit for the rest of it once the wow factor wore off and it became clear that the flaws you considered exceptions, were in fact the rules. Reply +2
  • Advanced Warfare is the finest Call of Duty in years

  • ROMhack 03/11/2014

    I remember a time when it seemed really hard to take a stance on Call of Duty without either loving or hating it. Thankfully those days must be over because I really can't find it in me to care about COD these days.

    It was never awful, even when people hated it, but it, along with every game that comes out with a new game every year, just ain't interesting.
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  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas getting Xbox 360 re-release, leaked Achievements suggest

  • ROMhack 22/10/2014

    @Rhaegyr I didn't like it either, but I don't like Urban Culture which I presume played a massive part in its success. Wigidy-woo wigidy whack fuck mofuck bitches nigyo.

    A personal thing of course because GTA 3's satire of Italian Mobs and Vice-City's satire of 80s hedonism were great.
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  • The Very Organised Thief is a first-person burglary sim

  • ROMhack 22/10/2014

    I played this ages ago. It was alright (for a free game). Reply 0
  • The pre-patch Evil Within we hope you'll never play

  • ROMhack 21/10/2014

    I don't even have the internet. Reply 0
  • Konami takes aim at Ultimate Team with PES 2015

  • ROMhack 21/10/2014

    @leeroye The commentary isn't bad because it's repetitive, but rather because the voices rise and fall in volume as and when the game feels like it making the commentators sound utterly mad. Reply 0
  • ROMhack 21/10/2014

    This might be a move in the right direction if it weren't for all the payment nonsense. It sounds like what Master League should be. Reply +1
  • Halo review

  • ROMhack 07/09/2014

    Was Halo the first modern-video game that supported the trend of marketing the product to high-hell? I don't deny that it's a fun game but it must have been the case that Microsoft threw everything at getting it out into the public conscious - a concept seen in every single AAA game these days. Reply 0
  • Evidence mounts for Beyond: Two Souls PlayStation 4 release

  • ROMhack 01/09/2014

    Dreadful story. Dreadful writer. Reply +3
  • 1TB Xbox One with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare exclusive to GAME in UK

  • ROMhack 18/08/2014

    @KORNdoggy I doubt many here shop at GAME. I'll attest to the stupidity of people who are too lazy to shop elsewhere (or simply don't trust online retailers) because my dad recently bought Mario Kart 8 at launch from GAME for the princely sum of 49.99 in-store. So while it's even hard for me to believe that GAME is a shop that still manages to stay open, I've seen it with my own eyes (or ears; he told me about it) how they make their dough. Reply +2
  • ROMhack 18/08/2014

    Looks nice if you're a COD-fan but I still want to ridicule the idea of playing early and earning double XP. The joy should just be playing the game early, no? Reply +1
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 release date announced, demo due in September

  • ROMhack 13/08/2014

    @riz23 Why not base your decision on the demo instead of thinking about it as if you were a jilted lover? Reply 0
  • Steam and Early Access: To curate or not curate?

  • ROMhack 06/08/2014

    The home-screen is lacklustre and has been for a while. They need a better way to organise the games that the store has which promotes their catalogue as a whole not merely the top sellers, daily deals, and the most recent games which have been released.

    Throwing ideas out there: how about an algorithm which, based on the types of games you own and have been playing over your Steam life-time, will alert you to similar kinds of games.
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  • GAME now selling Vita game download codes

  • ROMhack 24/07/2014

    @captainrentboy Oh is that what you're supposed to do? I usually bow down in front of them presenting both my wallet and trousers (if they're into that kind of thing).

    I'm in a facetious mood today so let it be. Unsurprisingly and irrelevant to this news article, I just don't like GAME. Their aggressive strategies stop me wanting to shop there full stop. It's not a friendly place. It reminds me of what arguing on the internet about games is like and I want to stop doing that when I leave my house.
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  • ROMhack 24/07/2014

    How many people are going to be asked if they want to pre-order the next AAA game when they go to do this. My guess is about 80%. Reply -1
  • The Uncharted movie gets a June 2016 release date

  • ROMhack 24/07/2014

    Blockbuster video-game movies have an even lower opinion of their demographic than blockbuster video-games Reply 0
  • Destiny beta now available to download on Xbox One

  • ROMhack 23/07/2014

    With all the marketing money they've pumped into this you guys had better be hyped Reply 0
  • UK changing approach to illegal torrents

  • ROMhack 22/07/2014

    Some of the things that I download have no UK distributor though (specifically foreign-films, some anime and on very rare occasions, music).

    But other than that people tend to pirate because they can't afford to pay for the things they consume and really have to put that money elsewhere (like rent or loans). I mean it's pretty obvious that these problems lead to pirating. Mubi, Netflix and Lovefilm don't provide everything after all and it's bloody expensive to import Criterion DVDs (which are still limited though very good). This is a personal take on things of course but I think distributors should be more aware of the individual reasons why people do feel the need to pirate.

    Of course, in these examples I'm clearly not talking about games. It's rare to stumble across a difficult-to-buy game now (though they still exist) and I think games-services are probably better than other mediums for distribution at this point (more forward-thinking and accepting of the internet as a mode of distribution at least). It's still the case that publishers and developers don't help themselves with their refusal to put demos out on the open-market so of course people will always want to know whether they will be wasting their money or not. I'd probably think less of people if they didn't maintain a sensible, albeit illegal, approach to their relationship with games. It's rational-thinking versus regard for arbitrary-rules in a manner of thinking. Big companies just want you to accept their products with open-arms at all times and it's not going to happen.
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  • Codemasters unveils Grid Autosport DLC plan

  • ROMhack 15/07/2014

    Excellent news. Very excite about prospect of the pay to win. Reply +4
  • BioWare surveys fans for Mass Effect 4 input

  • ROMhack 15/07/2014

    I liked the first two Mass Effect games (didn't play three) but this pandering doesn't surprise me at all because they aren't really helmed by people who have a significant vision or desire for expression of anything uniquely worthy of describing as 'art'.

    Conflating artistic design with art is something you shouldn't really do but it's what some commentators (and games critics generally speaking) have done with Mass Effect. Nothing about Mass Effect is the work of somebody(people) with a clear vision and desire to express something unique or particularly interesting. It's a fun soap-opera in space which puts either a man or woman in charge of the whole saving of the universe-business.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm all for their ideas surrounding gender-equality because that's great in-itself but in this instance it doesn't hurt their game because...(I think I've expressed myself already as not finding them to desire to want to express anything more than both men and women can save the universe).

    EDIT: Oh and the LGBT stuff as well.
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  • Serious Sam dev Croteam details PS4 puzzler The Talos Principle

  • ROMhack 09/07/2014

    The devs/writers messaged me back over Steam recently after I asked them a few questions. It seems that the themes of the game are intending to incorporate Metaphys, Theology, and Science. Spinoza, Feuerbach, Hegel, Russell, Kant, Asimov, Sagan, Milton, K Dick were mentioned in passing. I'm assuming the idea of paradoxes is where everything relates together. Philosophy of Mind.

    I'm intrigued about what the end result will be.
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  • Does Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U feel new enough?

  • ROMhack 01/07/2014

    I feel this criticism. I'm sure that the game will be pretty good but I can't help but feel wary about the amazing-ness of games which are very similar to something that's already in existence.

    I think the shift from the original to Melee was quite large and did expand the series into something new altogether but the movement from Brawl and then from that to this game don't appear as if they'll be making any comparative significant changes.

    But then again, what fighting games aren't highly similar and derivative of their previous versions? It's just how it is.
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  • Editor's blog: I am sexist

  • ROMhack 21/06/2014

    Interesting topic.

    A little personal criticism, I tend to consider Cultural Marxist views to be a problem when it develops a little too deeply into the logical paradigms of who, what, when, why and how rather than considering whether the problem is truly big or actually quite small - the thing here being sexism as it is considered in the present day. There are real problems with sexism (and other 'isms') but we can get so caught up in either a) agenda-pushing, or b) logical deconstruction, that we can miss the bigger picture. Society and its values will always be a balancing-act and we should consider that as we assess what is a big problem and what is a small one. By all means, fight your corner but don't just say things. Have a real desire to get somewhere by doing so (that's consequently my own criticism of many of the thinkers from the Frankfurt School).

    I guess that I tend to side on the philosophy of difference, that is namely to say that there are natural differences between two genders which result in different approaches to the world. To be on one side shouldn't be considered to be negative (ie sexist) but to represent that difference in its existence. It can be sexist, but not always.

    More to the point though, video-games aren't a great medium to promote social-messages AT THIS POINT IN TIME and though I enjoy them (sometimes) I still don't know how people consider them to be that way simply because they are popular. If you have half a brain you'll know that popular things aren't always the best elements to make your judgements about the world from. I feel that we'd do better to subscribe to some form of personal responsibility whereby you take an active interest in that which you are indulging in, looking at it from a critical and personal perspective rather than zoning-out.

    This gets me onto one of my major problems with liberal-thought in 2k14 (and I say this as a liberal) which is that it regards people as passive entities all too often and I'm not sure that's true.

    On this topic, I think that, as it stands, video-games are a really easy target because, compared to film, literature and theatre, it is a medium in its infancy and doesn't have a large historical basis giving a critic an easy path towards attacking it. It's true though, a lot of video-games are dumb as hell and promote all kinds of stupid messages. Unfortunately, it's not true that they are only negative in their indifference to females and one should keep that in mind so while I do find feminist thinkers a very important part of the puzzle, they are still only one part (despite many of them attempting you to believe they are the only important part).

    But really, you're talking about a multi-million dollar industry run by people who make games that they think will appeal most of the time. Games reflect what appeals to their culture (or demographics). How much they reinforce that culture is the real debate of course and it's probably true that, to a point, they do reinforce ill-values. I'm not contesting my own point here, merely speculating that regardless of everything I've written we should, as feminist writers like to do, consider that.

    But I'm not as irresponsible as The Frankfurt Schoolers and I've already drawn back to my idea of personal responsibility as one possible solution to the on-going dilemma. Just think about what things mean. Don't say, 'oh it's only a game; it doesn't matter'. Think of a video-game as representing you!
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  • Hands-on with PlayStation TV Remote Play

  • ROMhack 20/06/2014

    Agreed on the whole marketing problem as other commentators are pointing out.

    They could have called it PSMini and driven home the idea that it's a cheaper alternative to the home console. I'm guessing they didn't because then it'd be seen competition with the PS4 (although it wouldn't be really). Do you want to spend 300 bones on a new console? No. Well then here's an alternative which plays an array of great games you might not have played before and some new ones too!

    Personally, I like the look of it to be honest and see Vita games as having a digital-future if interest in the device pushes for demand, but I must confess that I hold very little interest in new consoles in general. I think games cost too much money to make and risks are so low resulting in banal crap like Killzone.
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  • Original Fallout games arrive on Steam priced 3.99 each

  • ROMhack 19/06/2014

    They also used to be on Steam Reply +2
  • E3 2014: the relaunch of brand Xbox One

  • ROMhack 18/06/2014

    I don't think Microsoft have truly re-branded their console at all. They've led a pretty similar approach since they realised what worked for the first Xbox in fact. They make very vanilla games and look to be derivative rather than trend-setting. Of course, they have both good games and bad games but nothing about the games Microsoft supports suggests that they are interested in making a mark or changing the industry. I can only think of two periods in which they've offered something else: XBLA, and the very-early days of the 360 where they were very willing to back Japanese developers. They don't really seem to care about either any more.

    Let's put it this way though, Sunset Overdrive is their definition of a different game and to me that says everything. Except for the whole colours aspect (in contrast to brownness) the game couldn't look any more like typical ACTION-SPEED-THRILLS style that cements how almost all mainstream titles play these days. It's not unique at all.

    Sony and Nintendo aren't always bastions of newness either but they still sometimes make some outlandish stuff sometimes and promote the movement of games.

    I own none of their new consoles and consider myself quite neutral in all of this. I just like interesting games.
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  • "Gamers are not criminals and they do not need DRM"

  • ROMhack 18/06/2014

    The ball really dropped for me the day I received a retail copy of Skyrim and had to go and put the code into Steam to download it. What I bought was nothing but an empty disc with a code written in the box which would allow me to go online and download it. Of course, I live in a first-world country with decent Internet support and that was no problem but I still wonder what the purpose of buying the retail version was. It showed the change that retail PC games have made.

    Now, I don't really think that's Steam's problem because it's a cheeky tactic by Bethesda mostly but it means that Steam is a willing part of a strict DRM system and therefore supports the movement from ordinary retail products into some kind of retail-DRM as the norm.

    Most people only pay attention to the Steam client and care about the downloadable titles but there is another aspect to Steam and the ruination of Retail games which I think it's worth thinking more about.

    Let's be honest, digital games should have less worth than a physical product and Steam's client reflects that well while offering good discounts to paying customers but they do not always. The crux is that if you are paying less then you are also paying for DRM and should take that into account. Retail on the other hand is another matter. Those games aren't as cheap as their digital-counterparts but they are treated much the same way and I think that's wrong.
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  • Rainbow Six: Siege stands apart from other shooters

  • ROMhack 13/06/2014

    Good, I'm sick of all the pretence surrounding shooters and narrative-content these days. Some are worth praise, but most of them are ephemeral and deserve way more scrutiny than they typically get.

    Rainbow Six was always a good series so I hope it continues.
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  • PlayStation TV due for launch in Europe this autumn

  • ROMhack 10/06/2014

    I'm more excited for this than the PS4 or Xbox One to be honest.

    Though I do naturally expect it to cost 99.99 Pounds rather than 60.
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  • Suda 51 making brutal PS4 exclusive Let it Die

  • ROMhack 10/06/2014

    The problem with these 'Suda51' games is that you never know if he's going to serve as director, writer-director, producer, or special-executive-producer.

    The quality of them as traditional video-games rises dramatically the less involved he is, but the interest-factor decreases sharply the less hands-on he is with the project.

    Unfortunately, the title 'Suda51' is becoming synonymous with 'Grasshopper Manufacture' and it remains to be seen whether it's just a buzzword term to get people to look at it like with Lollipop Chainsaw and Shadows of The Damned, neither of which were truly Suda51 games in the vein of Killer 7, FlowerSun+Rain, and No More Heroes. Not to be too negative but lately Suda has been more interested in running Grasshopper Manufacture than making games himself. Understandable but as a fan, I'm reserving judgment until I see who's doing what for this one.
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  • Watch Dogs review

  • ROMhack 27/05/2014

    A lot of hype for this one, which natural unsettles me considering my realistic/pessimistic (delete as appropriate) view of of blockbuster/highy-marketed gaming, but beyond that the game sounds as if it is shifting almost all the emphasis onto the gameplay leaving, as the reviewer attests to, some very interesting storyline aspects completely untapped. Ubisoft are leading with a lot of pretence lately. Reply 0
  • Guacamelee! dev's next game, Severed, looks twisted, brilliant

  • ROMhack 14/04/2014

    @Playstationman I'm not that cynical, but for me very few indie games ever surpass 7 outta 10s. A lot of them (like Guacamelee for instance) end up as nice ideas but they always feel like a snack rather than a full-course meal, and often a kind of new-take on an old-thing (i.e. MetroidVania). I'm not sure what holds them back really because they're definitely quite creative even at their worst. I'd be willing to say that they might be putting too much focus into aesthetics and because of that they are making up for the lack the extra gameplay inventiveness which would make them stand out.

    Apart from Kentucky Route Zero I really am struggling to think of an Indie game with a good story.
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  • ROMhack 14/04/2014

    This is what I'm talking about

    No Guacamelee 2: Electric Boogaloo
    A fresh IP for y'all to chew
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  • Hotline Miami 2 trailer is gory-ous

  • ROMhack 08/04/2014

    I really like the first game but, like Fez, it doesn't seem to need a sequel. Ever since I heard it was getting one it's made me pretty cynical about the future of Indie-Game development.

    I've always suspected that one of the main reasons for the blindingly high amount of sequels in video-games is that they are developed/published by mainstream studios who plan/aim to make more than one game. As such, recouping money by taking advantage of popularity makes sense for funding future development possibilities (i.e. new ideas). That's not really been shown to be the case in Indie Game Development yet, so I wonder if this is a cash-grab, a letter of love, neither or either.
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  • Microsoft's Windows XP support ends today

  • ROMhack 08/04/2014

    I still use XP Reply +9
  • The numbers game

  • ROMhack 05/04/2014


    'For instance, at Guardian Films, Peter Bradshaw will review all the movies regardless of genre or tone. That approach with games wouldn't make sense. Why would someone with no interest in football review PES or FIFA? So straight away we accept some kind of genre bias from reviews, but that is open to all kinds of distortion. Often we will see someone bash a game when reading between the lines they are really expressing dissatisfaction with a genre they seemingly don't really get.'

    That's something to wrestle with but, just as you've illustrated with film, I don't think it should be an issue for a reviewer to get to grips with multiple genres. If a game is good (interesting, unique, insightful) then I'm sure you can tell that whatever the genre is, whether the reviewer 'likes' that genre or not. The problem is more likely to stem from reviewers trying to keep up with how they think fans of that genre/style of game will think about the game and adjust accordingly. This invites bias that need not be there, especially since games are a gratifying-medium and it's hard to think that some people out there won't get some kicks from it. But then again, so are films so why don't those reviewers struggle in the same way?

    As an aside, Sports games, and Racing games (let's just say non-narrative games) are probably one of the few areas where this doesn't apply. I've never thought they were easy genres to review but that suggests how wcores for a lot of those games make no sense at all really; they have even become their own thing at times (rivalry if you like). For instance, I think it was Eurogamer who gave PES 2014 a 9 this year. Well, the game wasn't finished and it didn't play so well so a 9 was just damn silly but the score almost felt like the reviewer's way of trying to one-up it on Fifa, getting the audience to give some more attention to the game than they usually wuld. It wasn't really its own 9.
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  • ROMhack 05/04/2014

    I actually like the idea of Metacritic. What I dislike is the way most reviewers score with something Eurogamer hasn't mentioned here: a secret agenda built to lure their audience for the sake of hits/not pissing off people, which has prompted a problem with scores in the first one. One of over-inflation.

    Eurogamer is just one example because the scores it uses can rank from 1 - 10 but the score they give to a game is often inflated falling somewhere around, I don't know, 'Eurogamer gives X game an 8 again'. I gather that if you collated all the data together then most games would fit somewhere around 7 or 8, which in essence represents the problem with scoring in the modern-day world of online-reviewing and that is that you have ruined the system making 7 or 8 the average score. Saying nothing about the well-written text, I usually have to knock off two points from what is given at the end of a review to get a more realistic understanding of it, and say what you like but I do reject a world where most games are worth 8. Many of them play well, look good, but are completely ephemeral and their short-lived-ness should be regarded as something which marks the experience as probably not as worthy of a high score.

    Gamers are probably quite a young demographic who are likely the scourge of the internet high-sea but sources treat them with kid-gloves, fearing consternation and rejecting the premise that they can score a game as they see fit. Big/popular games are given easier rides and it's clear the reason is one of feedback, which is where the problem comes from because when you give a good-looking, bit-of-a-boring game like Halo 4 an 8 then it sets a precedent for when another good-looking, bit-of-a-boring game comes out, as well as when a good-looking, promising but faltering Indie title comes out. 8 becomes the new way of saying 'well it's worth your attention' when 8 should be 'a great game' (9 = A Fantastic Games, and 10 = An exceptional, timeless title) or something like that pertaining to the thought of the well informed reviewer.

    Also, I'm not one of those people who thinks objectivity should come into the equation. If the reviewer has a good understanding, history and care for the medium you'll see it reflected in their review and often that itself will let you know why they think giving lower scores than normal might be a necessary thing.
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  • ROMhack 05/04/2014

    @Haydar If that game was a film it would be Saw and it wouldn't be well received (except by teens) Reply 0
  • PC and PS4 horror Soma set at the bottom of the sea

  • ROMhack 03/04/2014

    Brave New World meets Bioshock?

    I hope it is.
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  • Alien Isolation release date announced

  • ROMhack 31/03/2014

    Will they ever release a Solaris game? Reply 0