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....the extremely slow unlock/upgrade system. It takes hours and hours to get even the smallest upgrade, such as a sight or handle for your existing weapons and many more to offer up a variety of weapons.
Originally Posted by MeanmotionPretty much sums up the difficulty of reviewing and, in particular, scoring a game like this.
Originally Posted by MeanmotionPerfectly contrasting comments there. Pretty much sums up the difficulty of reviewing and, in particular, scoring a game like this.
Originally Posted by maverik-sg1All through the last 3 months or so, all the chatter has been around Ghosts and BF4, looks like more of the same, so slightly different to the last games, which I guess if you like them, you will like this.
The underlying message is unless there's revolutionary change there's a good chance each franchise has peaked.
Originally Posted by rollo...currently its super broken for most people.
Originally Posted by tukQuote:Originally Posted by rollo...currently its super broken for most people.
I don't think it super broken for most people ...more like a tiny albiet vocal minority, who may or may not have major issues that are actually EA's fault.
Originally Posted by DarkHarlequin...although perfectly playable and enjoyable!
Originally Posted by bawjawsI've been banging this particular drum for a while, but I think you should be brave and ditch the scores entirely. I'd be interested to hear what you think a percentage score adds to the reviews, or your thoughts on whether you can reduce a subjective medium like computer games down to a quasi-objective score. If I watch a film review on TV, for example, I don't expect the film critic to conclude their review with a score out of 100 - I'd instead expect them to provide their opinion of the good and bad points of the film in their narrative, and let that stand on it's own without an arbitrary "score".
Originally Posted by tukAgreed, so not "super broken" then.
Originally Posted by benji2412It's a pretty subjective term.
Originally Posted by LanceThese days all EA games need to be considered on a "once they've sorted out all the launch issues" which is just disappointing.
Originally Posted by XXAOSICXXWhere optimised = release quality *sigh*
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