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#1 ProjektInsanity
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@SUD123456: You’re missing the point. It’s fine to call a bad movie bad. Whining about a movie in a genre that revolves around antiheroes violently dispatching comic book villainish bad guys because the movie does precisely that, then blocking people’s ability to respond to your lameass review really does reinforce that it was just some touchy snowflake of a reviewer who was all too happy to espouse his political nonsense but not confident enough to have it criticized.

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#2 ProjektInsanity
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I doubt the movie is great. It’s probably one-note and forgettable. I don’t expect much from Rambo. That said, I expect even less from review sites these days. Gamespot has crept its way from being my favorite game/media site back in the ‘90s to one whose SJW bias has so permeated its essence that I rarely check it anymore.

I’m fine with a difference of opinion, but there are limits. Take the Rambo review. The author knew it was such a biased piece of trash that he disabled comments, even though that’s not standard practice for Gamespot movie reviews. Intellectual cowardice at its finest.

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Sorry duder, can't agree with you here. Uncharted was an amazing experience in the same way that a great summer blockbuster (like Terminator 2) was a genre-defining classic. It's accessible, flashy, has incredible production values, and has (by gaming standards) some pretty well-acted dialogue. Sure, it's not going to be the most strategic game on the planet, and it might not shoot for originality in the same way that games like Flower or Heavy Rain did, but what it does, it does well. I think entertainment, not high art, was the focus here, and it delivered in spades.

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#4 ProjektInsanity
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Honestly, I'm never sure anymore whether to blame the software or my PS3. It seems like every so often, the system does freeze up, forcing a hard restart. It's certainly frustrating, but it doesn't happen too regularly, and it's par for the course with just about any platform I've owned (consoles and PCs alike). It certainly does seem more prevalent with certain games, which is probably just due to bad coding. I know the game Borderlands, which I loved dearly, had a thing for freezing the ol' PS3 at certain spots.