NSMBU confirmed to be bad

#31LordYggdrasilXXPosted 11/5/2012 8:05:17 AM
Another game I will avoid buying then.
#32jjg737Posted 11/5/2012 8:26:51 AM
Steve__Burnside posted...
*facepalm

8.2 generally means great. Anything below 5 is considered bad. 5 - 7 is mediocre or average


8.2 means good,9.0+ means great. Either way a review means nothing nowadays, everyone is a critic and if a game doesn't live up to their high expectations they give it a bad rating.
#33lizard81288Posted 11/5/2012 8:38:53 AM
New Super Mario Bros. U

- May look the same, but there are some “incredible tweaks”
- GamesMaster feels it’s easier than NSMB Wii
- Took under seven hours to complete
- More to the game outside of the main campaign
- Most of the innovation is saved for the final levels
- “Without wishing to spoil anything, we were surprised, excited, and twinkly-eyed during an excellent finale. It’s almost as if Nintendo suddenly realised that they were in fact working with a Wii U, with a game-changing GamePad and everything.”
- Hopes Nintendo will “build on this solid, if not mind-blowing, foundation.”
- Graphics: 82%
- Gameplay: 85%
- Accessibility: 90%
- Lifespan: 80%
- Innovation: 75%
- Overall: 82%
- “A great excuse for families to gather round the TV, and an enticing glimpse of Mario’s HD future.”


Whelp....that sucks.
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#34TrueBlue91Posted 11/5/2012 8:45:02 AM
jjg737 posted...
Steve__Burnside posted...
*facepalm

8.2 generally means great. Anything below 5 is considered bad. 5 - 7 is mediocre or average


8.2 means good,9.0+ means great.

No, 7 is good, 8 is great, 9+ is amazing. Most reviewers don't use the full 1-10 scale though - a 5/10 game is treated like a 2/10 game should be, when it is merely below average (average being 6)
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#35indigna7ionPosted 11/5/2012 8:50:37 AM
82 means it is good. Honestly as long as NSMBU stays to it's formula then it can never be bad.
#36KeyBlade999Posted 11/5/2012 8:51:19 AM
Steve__Burnside posted...
*facepalm

8.2 generally means great. Anything below 5 is considered bad. 5 - 7 is mediocre or average

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#37LHS_2012Posted 11/5/2012 8:51:28 AM
TrueBlue91 posted...
jjg737 posted...
Steve__Burnside posted...
*facepalm

8.2 generally means great. Anything below 5 is considered bad. 5 - 7 is mediocre or average


8.2 means good,9.0+ means great.

No, 7 is good, 8 is great, 9+ is amazing. Most reviewers don't use the full 1-10 scale though - a 5/10 game is treated like a 2/10 game should be, when it is merely below average (average being 6)


Average is definitely 7. Most reviewers score like a professor would grade a paper, with 9+ being excellent, 8+ being above average, 7+ being average, 6+ being below average and 5 or below being failing. Reviewers don't use the full ten point scale because games usually aren't that awful.
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#38AXKSIONPosted 11/5/2012 8:53:30 AM
Well, it isn't called New Super Casual Rehashed Bros for nothing.
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#39SpacedDuckPosted 11/5/2012 8:53:31 AM
This topic has been confirmed bad also. Superman 64 bad.
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#40darkqueenhelbaPosted 11/5/2012 8:55:58 AM
LHS_2012 posted...
TrueBlue91 posted...
jjg737 posted...
Steve__Burnside posted...
*facepalm

8.2 generally means great. Anything below 5 is considered bad. 5 - 7 is mediocre or average


8.2 means good,9.0+ means great.

No, 7 is good, 8 is great, 9+ is amazing. Most reviewers don't use the full 1-10 scale though - a 5/10 game is treated like a 2/10 game should be, when it is merely below average (average being 6)


Average is definitely 7. Most reviewers score like a professor would grade a paper, with 9+ being excellent, 8+ being above average, 7+ being average, 6+ being below average and 5 or below being failing. Reviewers don't use the full ten point scale because games usually aren't that awful.


Which makes it foolish to use a scaling system like that. If you're not going to utilize the entire system then you're using something completely inefficient. There's no reason to have over 50% of your own methods be useless.
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