Naughty Dog requests reviewers not to spoil Uncharted 3

The first Uncharted 3 review score was revealed today, as Spanish gaming magazine Playmania posted the first ever review of the title. Although, awarding it a solid 9.9 out of 10 – a near perfect score, the reviewer committed a inexcusable sin, spoling the ending of the game in their review.

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LOGICWINS2921d ago ShowReplies(19)
doctorstrange2921d ago

Should never have spoilers. And if, for some reason it absolutely has to be said, then clearly mark it.

cyborg2921d ago

especially ones which spoil the ENDING of the game. Gamers read reviews to get information about how it plays, looks, etc, not to know what happens in the plot and how it ends. That's their own job to find out, not the reviewers.

LOGICWINS2921d ago

Reviews having spoilers is as unavoidable as reviewer's breaking embargo. The best thing to do is to ignore them so theres very little chance that you'll have the game spoiled for you.

cyborg2921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

but spoiling the very ending of the game is unacceptable, and if that's fine with you, then it's certain that either you don't like reading reviews, or don't like playing games.

LOGICWINS2921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

"minor spoilers is one thing
but spoiling the very ending of the game is unexpectable, and if that's fine with you, then it's certain that either you don't like reading reviews, or don't like playing games."

LOL, whose comment are you reading? Clearly, its not mine. Where did I say that I was "fine" spoilers in reviews(I'm VERY interested in seeing where you saw this in my comment)? All I said was that spoilers in reviews are unavoidable.

Biggest2921d ago

So now the LOGIC is to look at the review score and run away? Ignore the substance of reviews because it may spoil the game. Look at the review scores because that is all that matters. I guess I should pick up that new Sesame Street game and Dance Central. I really like gritty, realistic games with strong storytelling and mature plot lines. Since they both have good scores they must be just what I am looking for, right LOGICWINS?

Xalaris2921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

Jesus dude, would you STFU already?

solidjun52916d ago

"Jesus dude, would you STFU already?"
Just keep bubbling that crybaby down.

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guitarded772921d ago

Yeah, I think a review should concentrate on the technical and performance aspects of the game, and when it comes to story, just say it's great, it sucks or it's non existent. With reviews I want to know it the game runs smoothly, are there extreme load times, does it control well, etc. I don't need an in depth analyses of the story... maybe something like this... Drake is looking for treasure, bad guys try to kill him... it kicks ass.

Relientk772921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

I cannot wait for Uncharted 3

and I am glad Naughty Dog said this, I dont want any spoilers I want to experience the story for myself

Run_bare2920d ago

Yeah... I do like to read reviews, maybe they should give warning of "Spoilers" so we can decide either to read it or not.

DigitalAnalog2921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

First off, didn't we have articles regarding completing games before reviews? SPOILERS are precisely what I do NOT want in reviews. It's purpose is to point out is how the game plays. I find it absolutely repulsive that they would skip explaining relevant aspects like gameplay, sound and graphics just so they can add a little "flair" to their reviews. This mindset should be absolutely abolished. Is it absolutely necessary to give away so much story just to add a few sentences?

sashimi2921d ago

I;m avoiding all uncharted news, hell i haven't even gotten into the beta cuz i want it to be fresh and new when U3 releases.

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