Internet reviews never have the depth of magazine reviews, the rush them out too fast
The 2 magazine scores I have seen so far have been 72% and 7/10.
This is the liberty we won for ourselves. Outer Haven.
It's interesting how Gamespot keeps complaining about the lack of innovation in games, and then trashes this original game, without giving much to the (by their own admission) excellent multiplayer.
Oh well, it's a shame because Gamespot reviews are widely read and syndicated. At least the other reviews I've seen are more in line in the 80s. Luckily, 360 owners have the demo to judge for themselves, rather than needing to listen to reviews.
They definitely rushed this one. It's judged almost solely on the singleplayer aspect of the game, which I think is unfair. I was expecting the game to score at least 7+, as the multiplayer is really exceptional and unique.Originally Posted by Akranadas
Any review that bases specificly on the single-player is going to get low scores. This game is almost directly made for multi-player, with the single-player as an extra option to help you figure out the controlls.
Well a game made purely for multiplayer should recieve a low score, games should have decent single and multi player, not one or the other. Yes they are wrong for reviewing only the single player, but the point still stands that single player should be just as decent as multi, only for different reasons.
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