Look, I don't know many people publicly who actually like Metacritic. It's not that it doesn't serve a purpose, but the amount of weight put into a score on Metacritic, which doesn't necessarily even reflect sales numbers, is astounding. If you want to wrap up some bonuses in the way of sales figures? Great, but to wrap up some of people's base pay on whether or not the general consensus opinion on an extremely skewed scale of aggregation is at a certain mark just seems... prehistoric. It doesn't make sense. However, that's the world we live in. Metacritic is what it is, but we really need to stop acting like it's some be all end all based on tenths of a point. We have a 10 point scale here at Gamnesia, and if we're requires to throw in .5's to get on metacritic... you can forget.