“If you clicked that Metacritic link back there, you know that (as of this writing) our average rating is hanging out at a solid 81%."He should be more worried about who's gonna buy it on Wii.
“Anyone in the industry will tell you: that doesn’t suck, but it ain’t the bestest ever."
“It’s the kind of number you need to be in the running for serious sales, and given the nature of the market we are releasing into, etc, blah blah blah, it’s pretty darn acceptable, but of course you always hope for more. It’s what Metacritic calls “generally favorable reviews”, but it’s closer to “mixed” than we’d prefer.”
Tuesday, 30 March 2010
Speaking on his personal blog, creative director Vandenberghe said he expected more from Red Steel 2 review scores, despite a MetaCritic score of an acceptable 81 points: