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SEGA wins Metacritic's Publisher of the Year 2020 award

In the past few hours Metacritic, the most important video game review aggregator site in the world, has unveiled the ranking of the best publishers of last year, sorted according to the scores obtained by the titles published by these ...

Nintendo Switch, the best titles of 2020 according to Metacritic

Metacritic has compiled the list of the best titles of 2020, based on the scores obtained over the last year. The list, consisting of 50 positions, is as follows: Hades (score: 93) Ori and the Will of ...
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Madden 21 is the most hated game on Metacritic

In the last few days Madden 21, the latest incarnation of the EA Sports simulation series, has caused a lot of controversy to perfectly embody the critical queen of sports titles: "they are copy and paste". And between bugs, glitches and gaps ...
Metacritic Bombing Review

Metacritic - User reviews will be available 36 hours after day one

After The Last of Us Part 2 case, Metacritic - the most popular review aggregator in the world - continues its crusade against Review Bombing, by imposing a waiting time before allowing ...
Metacritic Bombing Review

Metacritic against review bombing after The Last of Us episode - Part ...

Metacritic, a well-known vote aggregator site, has finally decided to take a stand against review bombing after The Last of Us - Part 2 case. After the fuss that arose due to ...

Kunai, metacritic user score goes from 8.1 to 1.7

The phenomenon of review bombing is becoming an increasingly widespread phenomenon on Metacritic, even in independent productions such as Kunai. Not only Death Stranding and Pokémon, also the metroidvania title developed by TurtleBlaze, reviewed own ...
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Warcraft III Reforged isn't that bad

If anyone had the unfortunate idea these days to google Warcraft III Reforged, what they would find would be hell. An unplayable disaster, the worst game ever according to reviews on Metacritic, ...

Assassin's Creed: Origins' Metacritic page has been invaded by fake reviews

A veritable invasion of enthusiastic reviews of Assassin's Creed: Origins is underway on Metacritic. The problem with these positive reviews is that they are blatantly false. The game page on Metacritic has ...

Free is Beautiful - Hell is Other Demons & Overcooked 2

Like every week (perhaps with some delay), Free is Beautiful takes you into the world of free offers from the Epic Games Store. This week the ...

Abandoned and Hideo Kojima, the mystery deepens

Over the last few days a real hunt for the clue has started against Abandoned, an indie game presented for PS5 with ...

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