- Aug 25, 2010
I am just reiterating to make sure we are on the same page. Okay, here I go.CloudAtlas said:So you are apparently able to see the flaws in stuff you like and the redeeming qualities of stuff you don't like. You might not have those difficulties you think you have after all.Saulkar said:It is very different from person to person. Often times it is dictated by what a person wants in a game and, or story. While you no doubt enjoy ME3 (kudos) I cannot reconcile my own personal gripes. At the same time Fallout: New Vagas was lambasted for its buggy nature but at the same time was beloved by many more because the game itself outweighed said bugs.CloudAtlas said:I don't know about you personally, of course, but it's certainly true that many gamers have problems with liking something while being critical of certain aspects at the same time, or vice versa, to loosely quote Anita Sarkeesian. It's either all or nothing. And that's sad, not very mature, and makes all these discussions so infinitely more annoying.
While there were still those who were of the all or nothing mentality they were overwhelmingly outweighed by those who loved it. Unfortunately I ME3 is the definition of polarization but even if I am in the minority that do not like the game beyond that it is the popular thing to do, it does not bother me.
You are recognizing that I can see the good in stuff I do not like and the bad in the stuff I like? Furthermore, have I properly expressed that it is always different from person to person and thus bugs may not break a game for me while story issues can, dictated by what I personally want in a game vs what you want in a game? I hope that made sense.