When Jim Sterling isn't busy being the voice of a generation, he's a videogame reviewer -- one that's constantly told to abolish review scores. This is a silly request, hinging on the belief that review scores are an evil we simply endure.
This may shock you, but game reviewers aren't forced to use numbers by orcs holding barbed whips. It seems to have never cross some folks' minds that we ... we might like them.
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