I hate to stoop myself to actually complaining about a review score, but what is going on between GameSpot and Nintendo the last few years? Nearly every other site has hailed the Wii U version of Rayman Legends as the definitive version of the game. Yet for bizarre reasons, GameSpot has seen fit to first delay their Wii U review and then dock the game by a full 1.0 from the other versions.This is not an isolated incident, either. As a frequent user of Metacritic, I have noticed that for 1st party Nintendo games, GameSpot is usually among the very lowest critic scores. The 7.5 given to Skyward Sword and the 6.5 given to Luigi's Mansion 3DS particularly stand out in my memory as examples in which GameSpot gave a dramatically lower score than nearly any other site.Do you guys just not have any editors who like Nintendo, or what? Because it really seems like you have an axe to grind with the big N. I mean, you're perfectly entitled to give games whatever score you see fit, but it's just a weird pattern going on here.