Everyone seems to have different definitions for the "perfect score." So whether it's a 10/10, A+, or 5/5, what does the maximum allowed score mean to you?
It means that the game that gets a perfect score is the pinnacle of the genre at the moment it got the score. It doesn't actually mean that the game is "perfect".
only happens when you catch em in a good mood. when you "work," you're never in the mood to give out a perfect score.
A perfect score means you were blown away. A game could have no flaws, yet get a 9. If it didn't blow you away, it's not worth a perfect score. Is Mirror's Edge perfect? No. But to ME, it blew me away, that's why I consider it perfect.
A perfect score should be reserved for generation defining masterpieces.
That many fanboys will use it as bragging rights. XperiaRay
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