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February 5th, 2014, 12:23
It's kind of tricky though isn't it? Especially if you have a genre that's a bit love/hate, like say old-school RPGs. Either you're a fan, in which case you could be accused of review bias in favour of the game which might cause other gamers to be misled, or you're not a fan, in which case you get accused of review bias for not joining in with fandom and not overlooking various things.

And no-where is the trickiness better shown than in the score. So once again, ignore the score, read the text, and if they're a good reviewer they'll cover both objective and subjective aspects of the game, enabling the reader to make up their own mind on the reviewers descriptions, even if they disagree with what it meant for the reviewer.
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