Shikan Raider wrote:MizuMikomi wrote:Matter of opinion.
Personally, I thought it was better than Tales of Xillia, and MOST JRPGs I've played in the past few years. It topped Vesperia for me, as well.
Mk2 was original, well thought out, and a solid title.
Sure it had a few hiccups here and there, but for the most part, people won't care. Since it's a good game.
Yeah sure it is a matter of opinion but a rating of 5/5 would mean the game is perfect, which you said it isn't. That's also the reason I prefer ratings in percent, because they're more accurate.
And I'm sorry but, comparing mk2 with ToV has to be a joke as ToV is far superior than mk2. But that's another topic.
Nothing is "Perfect", a 5/5 is the best score, but it doesn't mean a game is perfect. As no game is absolutely perfect.
If I wanted I could point out flaws in every game I have played, even those that have been highly praised and referred to as "Flawlessly perfect". Including those games that I have put on a pedestal, and have called my absolute favorites.
Yet which one do I enjoy playing more?
When I have the option to play one over the other, which do I go to first? Mk2 not ToX, not ToV, not XIII-2.
Ever think there are people out there that are tired of the way JRPGs like that are presented? Maybe that Mk2 is like a breath for fresh air for some, because it took the risks that most other companies won't?
It's not a joke, since Vesperia; while one of my favorite games, is less enjoyable for me than Mk2. It's my opinion, and calling it a 'joke' is rather uncalled for, don't you think?
So as I said, all of it is a matter of opinion. Since review scores are just a number, representing someone else's opinion.
Need I say more?