It’s inevitable that open-world sandbox games will have a few flaws. The question is, should critics overlook those issues that don’t hinder the gameplay?
You have to balance the ratio, and severity of the bugs to the overall quality of the game. I don't think they should be ignored, but they don't have to treat them like the end of the world either. As long as the bugs are not game breaking, and as long as the game is functional and playable - then just let the devs get on with patching the game.
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