Re: The 2012 MOTYC thread
I think a long winded negative review comes off a lot worse than a short one.
It just ends up seeming like harping on and the reasons for not liking something generaly seem petty when put out into words one after the other. Looks more like trying to justify it to yourself than anything else.
I think the less specific the better unless someone asks. "I didn't like it because of some of the issues I had with selling." is a lot easier to get past than hearing that someone didn't like a match because a wrestler got up to fast from a powerbomb and that a wrestler kicked out at 1 instead of 2.
All those small issues build into a big issue with a certain aspect of a match, by themselves it just looks like 'nit picking'.
But like everything else, that's just how I see it sometimes and why a long negative review might receive more hate.
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