I didn't say the perfect score was because of bias, I only said I detected bias: a bias to give U4 a perfect score everywhere when the reviewer acknowledges the game is not perfect. Because of this, I suspect either the game is in fact actually perfect or the reviewer didn't want to deduct points for whatever reason.
That's what I said...
But anyways, as others (and myself) have mentioned. Giving a game a perfect score doesn't have to mean that the game has no faults.
By the way, if I had to give Uncharted a 4 a numerical score...I'd probably give it a 95.
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