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Submitted by gonzodamus 1397d ago | opinion piece

Objective Videogame Reviews - There's No Such Thing

Dick Ward writes:

"People on the internet, presumably fans of games and game reviews, are calling for reviewers to be objective, and to show no bias. They want the cold hard facts, not somebody’s opinion. It’s a clear demand, and it’s one of the most ludicrous things I’ve ever heard." (Culture, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Scott, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)

darkcharizard  +   1397d ago
I agree with the article, but Twilight Princess most definitely didn't deserve that 8.8/10! It's one of my favorite games of all time and anything less than 9.5 is blasphemy!

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