So, Persona 4 Golden SMASHES every game on VITA/ 3DS

#51squatch22Posted 11/22/2012 4:14:04 AM
So SoE, tell me what u like about Ocarina of time, your best game ever made.
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#52FierceJelloPosted 11/22/2012 4:14:43 AM
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
This is comical. Go through the list of reviewers. Up next, Jason Gambrel of ZTGameDomain, who also gave it a perfect score.

What games has he recently reviewed? Little King's Story, Code of Princess, The Last Story, Pokemon Conquest, Xenoblade.

Yet another Persona 4 reviewer who turns out to be his site's token otaku reviewer--the guy they dump all the JRPGs on because no one else wants to play them.


Stop, you're embaressing yourself.
First you quote yourself and then copy and paste the whole thing again like its a new argument. This whole point about RPG fans not being allowed to review RPGs is ridiculous. By the same logic anyone who likes Nintendo products has their opinion invalidated if they review a Nintendo product, because anyone who doesn't like Nintendo products couldn't possibly like a Nintendo product. Yeah, doesn't make much sense.


He was attempting to argue against a strawman so I reposted the actual arguemnt. Pay attention. I don't have time to teach you basic reading comprehension skills.

Second, the argument is that almost everyone who's reviewed it is either an otaku or a Sony shill, and therefore its review average is grossly inflated. And so far the data is proving that assertion correct.
#53FierceJelloPosted 11/22/2012 4:24:03 AM(edited)
Next data point: Gaming Nexus' Matt Mirkovich.

Recent games reviewed: Persona 4 Golden, Code of Princess, One Piece: Pirate Wateres, Growlanswer, Tales of Graces.

Yet another one. lol
#54ServantOfErieos(Topic Creator)Posted 11/22/2012 4:25:18 AM
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
Look at the highest scores it's receiving.

Destructoid's resident Okaku is Dale North. Who reviewed it for Destructoid? Dale North.

RPGFan and RPGamer are both otaku fanrags.

Meanwhile Plastation LifeStyle and PlayStation Universe are both Sony fanrags.

And even GameSpot had their token JRPG girl Heidi Kemps review it.

Real reviewers would rip this otaku timesink apart.


ITT: If a reviewer reviews a game from a genre they prefer their opinion is immediately invalid. Real reviewers only review games they hate.


Real reviewers aren't impressed by selecting "Attack" from a menu ad nauseum and thinking it's great fun because they're staring at a 9-year-old with d-cups while doing it.

They grew up at some point.


If you could link the review where they were impressed by selecting "Attack" from a menu ad nauseum I might actually believe you.


Still waiting on this.
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#55seriously_lolPosted 11/22/2012 4:27:17 AM
looks great indeed. too bad its on vita. no one will remember this game in about few weeks.
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#56AstralFrostPosted 11/22/2012 4:30:59 AM
FierceJello posted...
Next data point: Gaming Nexus' Matt Mirkovich.

Recent games reviewed: Persona 4 Golden, Code of Princess, One Piece: Pirate Wateres, Growlanswer, Tales of Graces.

Yet another one. lol


Recent scores given by Gaming Nexus:
Persona 4 Golden 9.8/10
Code of Princess 8/10
One Piece 7/10
Growlanswer 6.5/10
Tales of Graces B+

Those scores are reasonable for their respective games. All you're proving is that the reviewer prefers to review RPGs and gives an fair grading.
#57squatch22Posted 11/22/2012 4:32:25 AM
squatch22 posted...
So SoE, tell me what u like about Ocarina of time, your best game ever made.


ServantOfErieos posted...
Still waiting on this.

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#58AstralFrostPosted 11/22/2012 4:32:50 AM
ServantOfErieos posted...
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
Look at the highest scores it's receiving.

Destructoid's resident Okaku is Dale North. Who reviewed it for Destructoid? Dale North.

RPGFan and RPGamer are both otaku fanrags.

Meanwhile Plastation LifeStyle and PlayStation Universe are both Sony fanrags.

And even GameSpot had their token JRPG girl Heidi Kemps review it.

Real reviewers would rip this otaku timesink apart.


ITT: If a reviewer reviews a game from a genre they prefer their opinion is immediately invalid. Real reviewers only review games they hate.


Real reviewers aren't impressed by selecting "Attack" from a menu ad nauseum and thinking it's great fun because they're staring at a 9-year-old with d-cups while doing it.

They grew up at some point.


If you could link the review where they were impressed by selecting "Attack" from a menu ad nauseum I might actually believe you.


Still waiting on this.


We won't get a response on this one. Instead we'll get a link to another RPG reviewer who unfairly gave Persona 4 Golden a near perfect score.
#59ServantOfErieos(Topic Creator)Posted 11/22/2012 4:34:16 AM
seriously_lol posted...
looks great indeed. too bad its on vita. no one will remember this game in about few weeks.


People still remember/ discuss p3p, check out the board, so this game probably won't suffer the same fate. Even if it does, it will still hold a special place in the hearts of MILLIONS of gamers.
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#60FierceJelloPosted 11/22/2012 4:35:23 AM
AstralFrost posted...
FierceJello posted...
Next data point: Gaming Nexus' Matt Mirkovich.

Recent games reviewed: Persona 4 Golden, Code of Princess, One Piece: Pirate Wateres, Growlanswer, Tales of Graces.

Yet another one. lol


Recent scores given by Gaming Nexus:
Persona 4 Golden 9.8/10
Code of Princess 8/10
One Piece 7/10
Growlanswer 6.5/10
Tales of Graces B+

Those scores are reasonable for their respective games. All you're proving is that the reviewer prefers to review RPGs and gives an fair grading.


Those scores shows what a wasteland the JRPG genre has been, and how fans have lowered their standards as a result.