haxxiy said:
If you don't like a game, stop playing it, is that simple.

Sometimes we like things most people dislike, and sometimes we dislike what most people like, and that's OK.

That's true, but some games take a while to get going - until they 'click'...

Even if a game isn't for me I can normally at least understand where other's opinions are coming from. (XCOM or Splatoon for example - I dropped off pretty quick but recognised they why they appeal)

But if the rest of the game is more of the same I'm completely shocked it has a 91 on MC...

It's not my intention to agitate those that like it - but after playing games for 3 decades I thought I at least knew what passed for solid controls / game structure / mechanics - apparently not though... I can't help but feel reviewers must have been influenced by the nostalgia they had for the original - no way it'd score anywhere near a 91 as a new game today...

Now I guess I know how those Crackdown 3 fans feel towards that 60 MC score...

At least it only cost me £20!