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December 16th, 2006, 03:22
Well, misleading as scores can be due to lack of standardization, I find a score helpful to settle the moot points where the reviewer is obviously trying to be fair and present all sides of an issue. Then you wonder, does the reviewer actually like this part of the game or is he seeking to appear unbiased? If you look at the score, you can see his position on the game in microcosm, as it were. Besides, we all know that size—er, scores don't matter. : )

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