You can't swing a dead cat recently without hitting a game that purports to have "emergent gameplay" or "endless possibilities limited only by your imagination".
IT'S OK. THERE IS NO NEED TO PANIC. THE CRISIS HAS ENDED. No, I don't mean the crisis of "what the hell, Paul, why isn't GameCola's brand-spanking new website ready yet?"
I’ve been wondering about this for awhile, particularly back when the late, great Stu “Fancy 10s Mickey Mouse Boy” Gipp was still with us. Why are there so many 10s given out in reviews? Correct me if I’m wrong (which I’m not, so don’t bother correcting me), but I thought that, under the clearly defined ratings system of GameCola (carefully set out by the Edicheif himself), a 10 indicates that a game isabsolutely perfect in that category. If that’s true (which it is), then why are 10s more prevalent than bad jokes on Mad TV? To quote the late, great naked Abe Lincoln, “What the crap?”