Nice explanation but what in the hell does it changes if it's a sarcasm? Some kinda like an excuse for such words or what?

Do you understand the meaning of sarcasm?

Seriously, the statement like "Damian wants Ygerna resurrected, although he doesn’t know he does." made me lol. He does, he want and it is pretty clear, the game plot (via dialogs/books/cutscenes) DIRECTLY says that. I failed to see a reason for a sarcasm here, actually, there is NONE at all.

And again, do you understand the concept of sarcasm? The review did not say that he does not want to resurrect Ygerna. It simply made sarcastic reference to Damian's lack of understanding as to what is actually going on.

If you're going to criticize a game plot you'd better to understand it. Otherwise, if you dislike it or don't get it - doesn't mean the plot is bad (but yeah, D2 plot line is no so good tbh).

If you're going to criticize a review you'd better understand it. Otherwise, if you don't like it or don't get it, that doesn't mean the review is bad, only that your language or comprehension skills are lacking.

Just better to think uber9k times before to call your opinion a review :P

1. a critical article or report, as in a periodical, on a book, play, recital, or the like; critique; evaluation.

A detailed critique or evaluation (thus, the writer's opinion) is by definition a review. Stop trying to offend us by saying that what we wrote does not constitute a review; that is simply absurd. If you find the phrasing of one sarcastic remark to be unfortunate, fine, but that is no reason to belittle the reasoned opinion of others. We played the game carefully and paid attention to plot and dialogue; these texts represent our evaluation of the game and its story.

Last edited by JonasKyratzes; 19/09/09 09:07 PM.

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