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It's your thing if you don't have standards. And no, if ME2 had a 95 on Metacritic 75 is NOT good, whatever strange apologist agenda you seem to have. Have fun with the game you bought but stay reasonable.
You claim to know how 'a' scoring system works, but you don't know how 'the' scoring system works.
Your enjoyment/purchasing decision doesn't need to be validated by a random write on a games site.
Anyway, if you insist on using a review aggregator to judge the quality of a game, you should learn how to read scores. In gaming, 7x isn't great.
It is not silly if you know what "median" and "average" means. Do you think "5" means average? Hint: It does not.
Again, not even the top 40 in 2017.
We all know how the scoring system works.
"Nintendo Switch is a home gaming system first and foremost,” the company told Polygon when asked if the system was going to impact the sale of the 3DS portable systems. “We have made no announcement regarding the future of Nintendo 3DS."
It's clear that anyone who says that now hasn't played Horizon. I have stuck a good number of hours into Horizon now and not once has it felt like Far Cry, Shadow of Mordor or any other Ubisoft game, it might use the same kind of idea's but it's definitely it's own game.
I mean Zelda borrows those things too, it has the towers, resource gathering and crafting but it feels like it's own game, not a copy of something else and Horizon is exactly the same. I find it funny that Horzon gets all the shit for that, yet Zelda does it too and gets a free pass.
Simple fact is, both are great games for different reasons but both of them make those elements their own and don't feel like a copy of anything.
Ah, if only Sony/MS could make their exclusive games anywhere near as good as Nintendo IPs
Like Naughty Dog? Okay...
We don't know what the fuck we are doing. Please understand.
Skyrim, Fallout 3, Infamous 2