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Call Of Duty Vita And The Irrelevance Of Game Reviews

TSA: "The photograph above, taken this morning, shows the game, which is a staggering £45, is the best selling game on the PSN. I don’t know the criteria for this in terms of timespan and I’m assuming it’s legit, but that’s a remarkable state of affairs whichever way you look at it."

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from the beach1285d ago

I laughed at "a staggering £45" - this is LIFE CHANGING MONEY!

andibandit1285d ago

I laughed too, but for different reasons.

sdozzo1285d ago

The name helped sell it. Hopefully, patches will make it better. Not awful but if there is a next one it won't fly off the shelves like before.

ronin4life1285d ago (Edited 1285d ago )

The user reviews at metacritic stand around 50.

With quite a few positive reviews having popped up long before critic reviews, nearly all at once on BRAND NEW accounts, with others being near identical in previous review history... and ever since the suspicious positive burst the game has been replaced by users sacking the game until the aggregate has been rendered "average".

XINTSUAI1285d ago (Edited 1285d ago )

The game isn't as bad as some people are talking. It's excelent? NO! But deserves a 6/10. The multiplayer is cool.

cpayne931285d ago

Most users have all said the multiplayer is great. Sounds like its worthy of a 15 dollar purchase for its content, but definitely not 50.

GraveLord1285d ago

No, it should be free! Screw those publishers, they doesn't deserve our money!

cpayne931285d ago

What? I just said the content didn't match the price. Vita games can be priced from 30 to 50, why was this priced so high with little content? I wasn't advocating piracy or anything like that, not sure what you're trying to imply.

Maybe 15 is a little harsh, but I just about never buy games for over 30 bucks, so that's just me.

Hicken1285d ago

You work WAY too hard to defend Call of Duty.

medziarz1284d ago

it's definitely an awesome free-bee for the bundle

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