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Old 03-07-2012, 03:32 PM   #66
mdelacava
 
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Originally Posted by lazy6pyro View Post
There's voicing one's opinion about the displeasure of the game, but there's also painting an inacurate and emotionally-charged negative picture and there's ballot-box stuffing. The problem is that far too often people who don't like the games take the final two options. If ME3 wrong so many people, it will show up on the balance sheets, and not on the woefully-abused user comment system that no one takes seriously anyway.

User reviews have tunnel vision, and critic reviews can't focus on anything and are too broad. ME3 is just another example of that rift.
How else does one show displeasure at price gouging and the like?
You must speak loudly; giving all zeros at metacritic does this
in a civil way; it says to all something is wrong here
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