The problem with reviewing games is that you only have a relatively short amount of time in which to play a game before you have to put pen to paper - in which time you might not discover a particular game-stopping bug. Also, if you are playing a pre-release copy of a game for review, how do you know that the version you're playing is the final gold version? How many problems are down to the developer being lazy, how many are down to the publisher forcing a release date on the developer? While I think it's up to the gaming press to point out and report where a game is unplayable on release (I'm thinking of games like The Witcher here), they can only report on what they find out during their relatively short playing time. It's down to the paying public to let the publishers know that forcing games out of the door before they're ready is not acceptable. Hats off to Joe, though - he, at least, is one reviewer who's not scared to score games badly. All hail Joe, saviour of the gamingverse!