Here’s an overheard quote that is the topic of the day: Is it mere egotism and a massive superiority complex that generates the quote, or is it legitimate?
A lot of hugely promising games have been on display at E3, but do any of them have a shot at earning perfect scores? That ever-elusive 10 is tough.
With all these updates of old games in the news, we wonder if critics should be wasting their time reviewing games they already evaluated a year ago.
In looking at review scores, one could make the argument that critics have always been biased toward – or against – certain genres.
While the 10-point scale is still the most commonly used method of rating video games, many say the system is – to some extent – broken.
We’ve kicked off our “Time to Predict the Review Score” part of our content, and this week’s release is on tap for discussion. How will Murdered: Soul Suspect fare?
There are plenty of dedicated gamers out there who simply don’t trust critics. But what is the reasoning behind their distrust?
Many will say they “only trust user reviews” but based on the quality of said reviews, that may be the most ludicrous statement ever uttered by a consumer.
One of the most common complaints from critics is the “repetition” of Watch Dogs, but why single out this open-world game?
The ongoing debate: Should we be using the same review standards when reviewing all video games, from tiny-budget indies to big-budget AAAs?
Conan O’Brien claims to be a “clueless gamer” and his commentary is always entertaining, but this celebrity critic has potential…
Shooters tend to be extremely popular, but do they really go over well with critics? Well, yes and no…military shooters are in the doghouse.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have been available for nearly six months now, so which system is bringing down more critical acclaim thus far?
Angry Joe has generated quite the following and VGRHQ sits down to discuss why. What makes this guy so appealing to so many?
We examine the rise of one of the industry’s most popular and controversial critics, and ask the question: Good or Bad for the industry?