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Blogging about games, music, and anything I want to blog about. I will never review a game if I have not played through it's entirety, and I will promise to learn everything I can about each game before reviewing in order to give an accurate and helpful game review.
I am simply sick and tired of these people posting horrible game reviews. I have seen more than I should in the past couple of minutes.
I was looking at user reviews for Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, and all it is is people complaining about the camera angle. Learn how to press over on the D-pad. It's not a difficult task, and it doesn't take anything away from the game play.
I also saw 2 horrible reviews for UFC 2009 Undisputed which really put me over the edge. People that play these games and don't even play the damn tutorial or learn how to play it in the first place, and then go rate it poorly are just simple-minded. It's absolutely ridiculous that because you don't understand the game, you should go out and give it a bad review, and potentially turn other gamers off from the game. The mistakes I saw in these reviews were things like people not being able to do certain things in the game and thinking that makes it unrealistic. All I can say is Tutorial. Also, I saw one that was talking about how the striking in the game is not satisfying. What does he want in an MMA game? Does he want their head to be severed and their body twitching on the ground from a backfist? In Mixed Martial Arts, not all strikes are going to hit hard, get over it. There is a modifier button in the game which allows you to use technique punches, which are stronger, and will result in a more damage-inflicting attack. Once again, Tutorial. I also see a lot of people complaining about how the submissions work... Tutorial?Play a few fights with the stamina bar on and you will understand how it works. It's not hard to get a grip on, and I'm sick of seeing poor user reviews from people who don't understand the game fully. If you don't understand the game, don't review it. Plain and simple.