> Decent as in well designed, well made, depth of gameplay..etc. > > Your response proves my point further. > > Popularity generally (but not always.. due to poor marketing), represents things > that are high quality. > > (Meaning, if it plays well.. people will like it... and it will become popular) > > The Thunder games are not high quality. They are about one small step up from being > called a "Kiddie-Ride", rather than an actual Game. >
I haven't yet played the games but still, I'm more likely to listen to someone who explains they were good than someone who sounds arragant
> I have no problem with people who have a different opinion and like these games. But > that does not mean I cant disagree & laugh/cry/facepalm at their bad (IMOP) tastes.
No one said you couldn't, but again there's a thing called respect.
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