|ShadowDragon1 Wrote:…and often pretty subjective as well. |
Sorry, pet peeve here, but the very nature of a game review insinuates that it is the subjective viewpoint of the reviewer. There are some things in the world that can be said to be reviewed objectively (the efficiency of a car engine for instance), but any time one enters the arena of entertainment it’s clearly going to be a subjective opinion.
The trick is to learn how your opinions are calibrated versus a review. Like if they use the phrase “repetitive combat” in regards to a style of play one really enjoys, then that might not sound like a negative. Or if they say “overly complex interface” I usually see that as a minor irritation at worst, and sometimes something I’ll even like.
In regards to Evolution, I was hoping/expecting reviews in the 70’s. I knew that if they reviewed in that range then, because of my extreme love of Tron, I would probably think the game was awesome.
So I guess my point is that I’m cautiously optimistic about the reviews and can’t wait until Tuesday (though I can’t decide which to play first, Battle Grids for Wii, or the PC game. Life is hard
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