VideoGameCritic wrote:I think part of the confusion stems from the fact that people aren't used to seeing F grades! They take offense!
I've heard people characterize F games as:
- No redeeming qualities
- Not worth playing
But that's not how I see it at all. F games are simply the counterpoint to A games.
If 20% of games get A's, then 20% should be F's. They are the least fun games for a system, but not necessarily terrible.
Plus I'm grading on how fun they are now.
I'm not going to pretend to be a wide-eyed 14 year old from 1991.
Certain games don't pass the test of time very well, but others age like wine!
If you want to play an F game, more power to you! Maybe you'll see something I missed.
People find beauty in different things.
Hmm...so just as an example, I took a peek at your Wii U reviews. About 75 percent of them are C- and above. So are you planing on going back and docking the grades of everything above it to establish an equilibrium of grades?