"It does seem that when someone shows ignorance, they show it quite often. We usually don't have any problem with one's opinion as long as that opinion is based on facts about what they are forming such an opinion on. When they don't do that, they end up looking like damn fools. Either that or laying for a team that depends on them to bend the rules to the other team look vacillating and impotent, and the one they are playing for seem like the only option. GameDaily has been accused of either-slash-both in recent months (not to mention the already numerous criticisms about the AOL-maintained site), with the Metal Gear Solid 4 debacle in which Chris Buffa first wrote a review that was full of errors about the game, and then when called on it, complained that it was the score he gave MGS4 that they was mad about, not what he tried to pass off as facts that he based his opinion on. While it's not Chris Buffa, it's the site, as once again, GameDaily gives an erroneous review of Socom: Confrontation. No, the game is not perfect, but neither is the review they gave, and we have a contributor to GG that can prove it."