An example of what happens when reviewers get too close to the people who make the games they're reviewing. It's a scenario that I'm sure many critics in the industry hope to avoid. More inside...
Day one buy! Screw teh haterz.
Don't put a link to the review in your article or anything... that would just make too much damn sense... (not a reply to you)
That's a damn shame. It sounds like the guy really has put a lot of care and dedication into the game, and it certainly looked interesting. I really wanna know where the 1 out of 10 score comes from, and now I REALLY wanna try the game for myself.
i like how devs retaliate after they shipped the game, it shows the turd that they created.
Bought it on steam for $4.79 and hated it.
poor guy. that's really gotta suck
The Xbox platform has a distinct quality that is it never fails to produce multiple Flops within a short time frame
What about Haze and Lair? Now those were hyped. I've never heard of Eternity's Child. For the record, the game started as a STEAM game, did you even read the article? A game nobody has heard about getting a bad score isn't as bad as a major studio hyping a game that turns out to be crap.
A very disturbing realization arises for those who spent $400 for the Online Oven:The Xbox 360 platform will forever be inferior to the Playstation 3 platform
I admit the PS3 is superior. However, 360 does have some great games and I can respect that. Even Wii has good games.
Honestly this game looks like crap, I'm not too surprised with the score it was given.
Hmmm, they should have released it for the Xbox360 and it would get an instant +2 for free making it 3/10. just joking of course you silly fans you.
Ouch, I need to read the review itself before I say anything, because D-toid is usually pretty reliable, but at the same time the guy even put the D-toid robot in the game, and they still slammed it, which on one hand is a pretty sh!tty thing to do, but also on the other hand you have an obligation to let the public know of a sh!tty game. I guess in this case it would pay not to sh!t in your own back yard. (more or less meaning that don't get all buddy-buddy with a dev just in case something like this happens).
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