I'm talking about stupid hypefest reviews. I'm sure GTA IV will be GTA wich pretty much always delivers, but i'm getting insanely sick of these tards stuffing hype down our throats. They shouldn't be promoting it, they should be fucking reviewing it. A 10? Fuck this shit. Stop being a quivering pussy by being afraid of some criticism and why in the fuck would i be reading a review if i would just decide to "take a chance"? First try and make sense and then come back please.
(I'm also sure you understand the irony of asking someone to take a chance based on a "perfect tens" review)
Why not buy a game that is a sure thing? I'm not the one bing illogical here. (for once I actually agree with goodguy)
It doesn't matter i never liked the GTA series and i think ign is f-ing biased. Who gives a shit. Do i think that GTA deserves a 10, no way. Does it matter. Not to me at least. But after this review and several other reviews by them im not trusting their opinion anymore.
If GTA4 cant get a perfect score what can? (D3 hopefully :)). Until you play the game just shut up.
Good graphics doesn't mean the most polygons, or the best bump maps. You are so full of crap if you think that's all graphics encompass. It's the little things, the interesting animations, the leaves falling off trees, the helicopters flying across the sky, the rain effects, the fog effects... etc. Play the fucking game, then come whine about what you think it deserves. Of course, you are so biased yourself, that no matter how good the game, your stubborn self won't accept the fact that it's a great game.
I played GTA4 today breifly at my cousins house. Its solid, I didnt do any of the missions or anything cause it was during the flyers intermission. I was however able to steal a few cars and run some people over. Its pretty good. I could definitely get addicted to it.
Asymptotic meaning infinite possibilities? If that is the case then its more linear than asymptotic. But by traditional gaming standards its not linear at all. And I'm sure the number of instances you can achieve in the game are in the trillions if not more. So in pure mathematical terms it isn't perfect. but by a reasonable rating scale its pretty much perfect. All games have glitches and hiccups, there is no avoiding that, so there should be room for a small margin of error in a perfect rating or else no game would ever get one.
I agree that there is should be a margin of error for games but i still don't agree with IGN's reviewing skills and probably never will. I'll agree that the game is fun for people unlike myself. I just don't see the point of it. The sound, yeah sure the music is good, don't really care for it in console games as im usually listening to my own music when playing them unless its rock band or guitar hero. The story, well i can't judge that because i didn't play through the entire game so that would be a problem. The graphics are good, i'll give you that. They're definately decent. However i don't see the fairness of IGN's reviews. If they are going to give this game's graphics a ten then give some games such as (once again) Assassin's Creed over a ten. I read the entire review of Assassin's Creed and the guy complained that as he was sitting on top of a building looking out over Acre or Jerusalem, there was some slight pixelation in spots. Well of course. The city/map is fucking huge. You're gonna have these things happen. Ill give it that GTAIV is a good, solid game. I wouldn't give it a 10 personally. Id give it around a 9.7 or 9.5 overall. But hey, i don't write the reviews.
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