"Over the past few weeks, I've been noticing quite a few themes that have been making their way through the industry. Throughout GDC, many of these took center stage in a variety of forms. Today, we review the reviews."
...because seriously, it's getting out of hand already. I agree with the author though, just thumbs up or thumbs down, tomato or rotten tomato, win or lose. No points, and instead the reviewer should have something at the end like: "If you liked: game1, game2, or game3 then you would probably like this one too." That would show that the reviewer actually has some knowledge base about games and would generate interest on games instead destroying it. I mean seriously, that's why we play games right? For an interesting premise and/or gaming experience, not because this game scored higher than a 9 by such and such website/magazine ...
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