Heavy rain is a good game but I think Beyond two souls is still one of the dumbest games I´ve ever played. Just cant get over it it feels like he just made everything up as he went on. Heavy rain is good and Indigo Prophecy is pretty fun aswell.
I didn't find it dumb, but it done it's job on what it was supposed to do, so no reason for a low score as well.
That's what happen if you can't maintain professionalism you get decommissioned.
Going back to Detroit: Become Human of the 84 reviews most are from credible source and websites. If someone did not enjoy the game and use a 5 point scale .... 2/5 (40%) isn't trolling it's just a negative review. Reviewer backed up his score with an article that explain why he din't like it. 80 average isn't there because all reviews should be 80%, it's what the game got from compiling all review score.
Thanks for backtracking.
Not liking a game isn't the main metric for any score. He is reviewing a game not scoring his enjoyment. Unless you find it acceptable if I would score Halo a 0 because I totally don't like the game.
He already told you. There are plenty of people who watch a reviewer's videos (myself included, which is why I'm throwing my 2 cents in here) regardless of what they are playing, because they happen to like the reviewer. I watched the exact same video, and I have no problem telling you that I don't have a PS4. I didn't type "find negative reviews on Detroit: Become Human" into the YouTube search bar. I typed "Jim Sterling", because I happen to like listening to his videos while on lunch break or driving home from work. If you like the particular reviewer, the content doesn't have to be something you actually intend to play, or sought out, or even agree with for that matter.
Well I am someone that even if I like the person or format of what they do just watch if the content itself holds some interest to me. Otherwise it bores me.
I 'won't go any further because you probably missed the mod warning. Anyway I have no issue with you not having a PS4 or playing its exclusives (or even being in a thread about one), as long as you are clear on it everything is fine.
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