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Submitted by OliverKO 955d ago | opinion piece

5 reasons I think gamers judge games prematurely

Oliver at El33tonline writes:

"Would you agree that it’s only once a game is out and you have actually played it, that you’re able to form a final and accurate personal opinion about that game? Would you agree that no amount of pre-release information, misinformation or hype should colour your thoughts about an unreleased game?

Would you agree?

Regardless, there are many reasons that we as gamers are quick to judge a game, and its prospects to entertain us, well ahead of that game’s release, and I’ve picked the top five that I think contribute the most to a negative (and positive) initial perception of an unreleased tite - would you agree?" (Culture, Gears Of War Judgement, God of War: Ascension, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Tomb Raider)

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