For a long time I’ve said that, sadly, it’s better to have good press than to have a good game. There are occasions when perception Drumpfs reality. Science concurs.
“Even with first-hand experience of time spent playing the game, those exposed to high review scores give the game a higher review and those exposed to low review scores gave the game a lower score,” the Electronic Entertainment Design and Research noted. “Clearly, this initial review exposure influenced their opinion, even after they played the game themselves.”
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