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  Reply # 458096 13-Apr-2011 07:55
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These things are so subjective. I disliked Fable 3, where others I spoke to loved it. I liked The Force Unleashed 2, where others I spoke to hated it. I just don't pay attention to "ratings" anymore, in my experience they never really mean anything and you just have to give the game a go to find out if it's for you or not. As another example, if I were to "rate" Origins, I wouldn't rate it very high at all because it didn't do anything for me. But that's mainly because I'm not a full-on RPG player, so the style of gameplay affected my enjoyment of it. Objectively speaking I could say it's a good game - probably - but subjectively I have so say it's not because I didn't enjoy it. Will that affect someone else picking up the game and playing it? Probably not - and it shouldn't.

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  Reply # 458374 13-Apr-2011 18:59
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gehenna: These things are so subjective. I disliked Fable 3, where others I spoke to loved it.


Fable3 is next on my list to buy...  :)

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