There's always been a debate between gamers and writers alike about what constitutes a "10/10 game." To some, a 10/10 game must be utterly perfect, with no flaws whatsoever; not a hair out of place. By this definition, there's no such thing as a 10/10 game. In fact, as GameDaily has helped me realize, there's no such thing as a perfect game: instead, a 10/10 score is in fact extremely flexible depending on how you apply it, and when you apply it especially. What sort of site goes back and changes a score because it's 'getting a bit old'?