As gamers, we have the tendency to be overly-critical of the medium that we love. Despite our addictions, we never seem to be truly satisfied. There always seems to be something that just doesn't sit right with us, and manages to dampen the experience. But what we fail to realise is that sometimes, we are judging a game on more than just the typical categories that you see in a lot of reviews that get published. Instead, we subconsciously critique based on some rather bizarre criteria that sometimes we don't understand unless we sit back and really think about it.