>Gamespot gives a 9/10 to Syndicate
>A yearly rehashed sequel in a tired franchise
>The dumb bitch that reviewed it makes it seem like it's her first Assy Creed game, let alone her first fucking video game
>Brotherhood has a lower score than Syndicate
Dumb cunt with poor taste or paid off by Ubisoft? You decide.
>syndicate was a tired franchise
yeah that last game in 1994...yearly sequels and all.
if you had ever actually seen or played syndicate wars in your life you would realize how fucking retarded you sound right now.
Pretty funny how every other opinion on that site is "Syndicate is more of the same shit just with less bugs than Unity. in other words pretty uninteresting". But the bitch who reviewed it just clamors over it because of the female protag.
where the fuck you think we are nigger?
>>The dumb bitch that reviewed it makes it seem like it's her first Assy Creed game
In fairness, if that was true, then the score would be justified because they wouldn't know any better.
And you are supposed to review a game on its' own merits, after all.
Why are you showing a picture of Danny? He's the last fucking redeemable personality at Gamespot anymore. Everyone else is fucking trash.
Danny only hosts that show and does video production - he doesn't do reviews, he just hosts for people who do.
Gamespot already had a trans reviewer before that shat on GTAV because Trevor yelled at feminists.
Also, Danny is probably the only sensible person left there.
So if you went to a mechanic and they did a piss poor job, you'd accept it as a well done one just because it was their first time fixing a car and they didn't know any better?
That probably sounded better in your head, I guess.
No, it would be the other way around. If I went to a mechanic and they did a piss poor job but I didn't know any better then I'd accept it.
That's probably the comparison you were looking for.
>Which is exactly what he was saying.
No, what he was saying was if Ubisoft did a piss poor job but didn't know any better the reviewer would accept it.
In this case it would be the reviewer who didn't know any better.
Man, when I was a kid, the ice cream truck had a fucking kona coffee and chocolate macadamia bar.
Fuck dude it was the greatest.
The guy had a full on shave ice machine too and like twenty different flavors for shave ice.
Man the summer of 1997 was the greatest.
>Jeff will probably shit on the game and give it average at best
>Assassin's Creed Syndicate debuted at number one in the UK according to Chart-Track. However, it is the second worst selling game of the franchise. Only selling better than Assassin's Creed Rogue.
Where were you when Assassin's Creed was kill?
Reviewer does a piss poor job because she doesn't know any better. You accept it.
A car mechanic does a piss poor job because he doesn'tt know any better. You accept it.
It's not a difficult argument anon, so i think we can skip drawing a flowchart for you, yes?
Oh I am overjoyed to hear this news.
>specifically traveled out of my way just to get a used copy of AC Syndicate
Feels so good voting with my wallet
This is fucking retarded. Alex Ray has clearly never played an AC game before in her fucking life. Danny would have been a much better choice for reviewing AC Syndicate and would have given it a more believable score.
But no, let's give it the job to a fucking bimbo who will inflate the review just so GameSpot can take in that ad revenue. Meanwhile, Danny contradicts the review itself by releasing his own The Point video basically crucifying the game outright.
You are a faggot
I listened to OP's video in hopes of understanding why she gave it a high rating
Instead she talked about shit that didn't matter like the plot and things you've done in previous Assy Creed games. Nothing about what she said sold me on it justifying a 9/10
I remember this message or one like it in the very first AC, and at the time it read more like a preemptive defense against claims they were shitting on christians or muslims or something. it was odd to me at the time, but at the time this pandershit wasn't a thing.