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Resident Evil 7 Review | Quarter to Three

Tom Chick - "Resident Evil 7 has a strong opening, a sagging middle, and a disappointing finale. In other words, it hews closely to the arc of most horror. But to Capcom’s credit, this Resident Evil is taking pages from books it hasn’t previously read. I’m not convinced it understands those pages..."

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Kyosuke_Sanada171d ago (Edited 171d ago )

Just reading the reviewer ragging on the first RE as a copy Alone In the Dark and wishing it was more like Soma already has me feeling that he had a previous problem with the series. No way is this game a 2 out of 5.............

Krangs_Uncle171d ago (Edited 171d ago )

I can't stand Quarter to Three.. It is just a guy/girl putting themselves on a pedestal, acting like they actually have the credibility to award such ridiculously low scores to professionals who have often worked the asses off, or even sometimes outdone themselves - contrary to Quarter to Three's beliefs.

Terrible site, and not just for this review.

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CrimsonWing69171d ago

Holy cow is this guy way off on RE7. Sure, I accept you don't like it but as a critic there's no way you can justify a 2/5 for this game.

coolbeans170d ago

But a 2/5 score from him LITERALLY translates to him not liking the game.

destroyerz1170d ago

No. For your information, this website is known for making clickbaits reviews. The "author" seems to be a pseudo intellectual who abuses himself to be owner of truth and wisdom going unlike the majority just for get atention.

coolbeans170d ago (Edited 170d ago )

@destroyerz1

Typically when someone responds with "no" they follow up with where my comment is incorrect. Nothing I stated in my first comment is incorrect; in fact, here's a simple breakdown of the site's ratings system:

http://www.quartertothree.c...

"The "author" seems to be a pseudo intellectual who abuses himself to be owner of truth and wisdom going unlike the majority just for get atention."

That's quite the psycho-analysis of the reviewer. Perhaps it'd be better if we applied Occum's Razor: the author seemed to have really enjoyed his time with the beginning but started hating the direction it was going around the midway point.

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