What are you talking about? Your comments sometimes are so odd, and you frequently seem to go against what people say just for the sake of doing so.
Scoring a game fairly with an open mind based on your experience with it does NOT qualify as a biased view. And that obviously has nothing to do with what I was talking about in my post. Also, bias: prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair.
Reviews are based on a subjective emotion/feeling while playing a game, trying to act impartial/unbiased when you're going to do it, even subconsciously, is just setting yourself up for something that you can never truly commit to. Then again, we're just looking at the low scores, but that ignores that the same thing could be occurring for the high scores too.
at this point I don't even know what to say to you anymore....
Just stop with this thing you are doing, whatever it is.
If a game gets 100 reviews. and 97% of them are 10s and 3% of them are 5s....... then following your logic and throwing simple reason out the window, that would mean that 97% of all the reviewers around the world, across different races and cultures all somehow had a collective bias in favor of scoring the game highly.
That will mean that the smart thing for any average person reading any of those reviews willl be to take the wrod of that 3% (aka the minority) to have more weight and value than the majority.
Now if you can't see the folly in that line of thinking, then there truly is nothingto be said to you.