Remove the USGamer review from Gears 5's metascore

Remove the USGamer review from Gears 5's metascore

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Samuel Mendoza Pérez lanzó esta petición dirigida para USGamer y

The problem is ONLY the damn NUMERIC SCORE. Actually I don't want the review to be completely retired, I read it twice and I must say it exposes it's points almost perfectly and is pretty fair with the pros and cons of the game. At all opinion should be respected as long as they are consistent with reality and themselves. 

The review in USGamer: https://www.usgamer.net/articles/gears-5-review?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

The number score looks so out of place compared to the written review. Like, yeah, maybe the game is not as good as everyone else is saying, and it's true a review, as objective the reviewer tries to be, at the end is the opinion of another gamer, one with it's own tastes and points of view. But this one feels more subjective than even others from the same reviewer.

It feels like if the reviewer either took the cons and randmly increased their value at the moment of setting the number score, or wasn't completely objective at the moment of showing how bad HIS expereince was with them. That feels unprofessional, and I know couldn't do his job any better, but I'm pointing the same problem many others in the community have pointed.

Apart from that, the review ignores the PvP Versus mode, and doesn't goes as deep about Horde and Escape as it went with the campaing, thus making the review feel incomplete. One could wonder how much the reviewer actually played the MP modes, or if he just skipped them to have a score review ready for the embargo-lift (even when bigger sites prefered to clarify the reviews were in progress cause of MP modes).

You know the review failed somewhere when Wolfenstein Youngblood and Days Gone, good games but with fair much more issues, have, respectively, the same and a higher score on their site. I know all are different games from different genres, different studios and reviewed by different people, and that sites aren't hive minds, but such inconsistency feels like a lack of respect to developers and gamers wanting to be objectively advise about a game.

Actually the 2nd lowest review registered on Metacritic, coming from Metro Game Central, is harder on it's critic (USGamer reviewer liked the campaing, Metro reviewer not much), yet it gave the game a higher numeric score, 7/10. Why? Because the reviewer was objective and aknowledged everything the game did right; Metro reviewer talked widely about the amount of content, USGamer reviewer barely touched that topic.

Metro review: https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/04/gears-5-review-does-bigger-mean-better-10684590/

I'm not saying USGamer, or any site, should give the game a free 90, if someone feels a fail on the game, from a general or personal perspective, they should talk about it. But I'm saying that the full pros and cons, including basic stuff like responsibe gameplay, lack of bugs, respect for the franchise roots, fun factor, graphics, etc. should be equally considered to put the numeric grade. A 3.5/5 could, should and will fit more with what I saw exposed in that review.

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