Submitted by GreenRanger 1033d ago | article

The Imperfect Art of Judging a Game Before It’s Out

kotaku.com: Last Friday morning, my words on this site told you that BioShock Infinite, the long-in-the-works first-person shooter from one of the most respected game development studios in the world, was coming along very well.
On Friday evening, if you were watching Spike's Video Game Awards, your eyes might have told you otherwise. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Kingthrash360  +   1033d ago
That's the sole reason I believe what I play. I read reviews/previews with one eye and play with both. I watch trailers for the excitement I choose not to pick them apart. Less stress that way.
pixelsword  +   1033d ago
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Kos-Mos  +   1033d ago
Most respected? By teens that is.

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