Why price matters in reviewing Halo 3: ODST

Should price matter when reviewing a game like Halo 3: ODST? thinks so.

From the editorial: "Video game reviews are very subjective. I get that. Different people have different ideas about what makes a game good and worthy of your hard earned dollar. For some reviewers, a game's price shouldn't factor into it. For those people, the merits of the game should stand on its own before ever discussing price.

Well, those people are wrong and Halo 3: ODST is another reason why price should factor into how we, as volunteer enthusiast press, should review video games. Follow me. It's free..."

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FiftyFourPointTwo3167d ago (Edited 3167d ago )

Price and review scores doesnt matter to the bots. They only care about the sales.
"bu-bu-bu-but it sold 2 million copies in 24 hrs!"

gamesR4fun3167d ago (Edited 3167d ago )

'It’s pretty easy to gloss over something like that when you’re living off the charity of video game companies, while the rest of us have to earn enough money to purchase a video game. That’s why it’s time to start taking a games price vs. content length into account when reviewing games.'

but living off their charity doesnt end at the free preview games all of their income comes form the charity of the gamemakers. Look at what happened with army of 2 and so on. I just dont trust any of the big review sites any more.