Searching the net for game reviews is quick and easy. But depending on the kind of review you are looking for, you may have to search a bit to find the right place. It can depend on if you are looking for a review that is serious, because you need to decide whether to buy a game or not, or you could be looking for a review that’s light hearted and funny, either for entertainment, or maybe because you feel that sort of review is a lot better.
Personally, I think that some humour in the review of a game is better, while also having the good points mentioned about the game.
Some reviews have the writer ranting on about the flaws in the game, where they go into great detail describing what they do not like about the game. But this is still an opinion, and there will be others that think differently. You may be turned off of a game just because it received some bad words, and you may not realise that the game is probably really enjoyable to you.
Objectivity or subjectivity, that is the question. For me personally, I would prefer a blend of both, if possible. I think I do appreciate objective reviews because they give the points without personal views or emotions, but I also do like subjective ones, because they DO have personal views and emotions in them. Confusing I know, yes. But I think that just one of the other isn’t very beneficial. I guess it depends again on what I am looking for. If I was to review a game, and if I happened to really enjoy it, I would probably show those emotions in my writing. But also, I would not just say that “this game is awesome because I really loved it and you should buy it”, I would instead say that yes I enjoyed it, and give reasons, but then also give other points of the game, more technical and objective, since I think that is also as informative as the writer’s views.