FASA chief Mitch Gitelman ain't happy with mediocre scores - and he's not afraid to fight back

Addressing the criticisms that the game was scored while factoring in its price more than its execution or innovation, Gitelman says, "The most important thing is the value of what you're getting...and I think there is value there at the $60 price point." He's not apologetic in defending his creation, but as the conversation evolves to discuss the context of scores away from their reviews, whether Halo 3's beta hurt the game's release, how many different ways you can play football, and simply what goes into a game's fiscal worth, it's hard not to get sucked in - at least, if you're one of those people who either reads reviews or pays for games. Gitelman is neither hostile nor baiting; it's just a good, meaty discussion.

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