Originally Posted by Martin McFly
How dare a video game review contain proper grammar and spelling! Black Magic! Witchcraft! Return to the depths of hell from which you came!
Having an investigation based on well-worded reviews is laughable and quite ignorant. It pains me to see that we now reside in a world where good grammar and spelling is treated with suspicion. So disappointing.
Furthermore, I completely agree that Telltale shouldn't have reviewed their own game but it certainly doesn't deserve this exaggerated response; users leaving 0/10 reviews to compensate for the extra positive reviews is childish and unnecessary.
There are many other websites that review games so Metacritic shouldn't be someone's sole option. While I can't speak for anyone else, I tend to look at the reviews from various sites to get a good idea of the game as opposed to putting all my faith in one.
Yes, Telltale made a mistake. Look at another website's review for Jurassic Park: The Game and move on.
I hate the internet more and more each day, proper spelling and grammar? Wow this guy must have made the game.
You built a time machine...Out of a DeLOREAN?
This signature was signed with Doc Brown's new Permanent Ink. If I make a screw up here, then it's gona stick. Oh crap, misspelled gonna!