The thing with Yahtzee is that one shouldn't treat most of his videos as legitimately serious reviews, but instead as primarily an entertainment product. There is some actual editorial content interspersed within them, but the majority amounts to humorous nitpicking for nitpicking's sake. For instance, he seems to suffer from irrational, foaming-at-the-mouth hatred when encountering anything at all related to the Wii, or to Japanese RPGs (though I share some of his dislike for turn-based games in general myself). One particularly egregious example was his video on the Wii FPS title The Conduit, where he railed on the control scheme while particularly ignoring the fact that said scheme was almost infinitely customizable and generally praised by most conventional reviewers. This would be all well and good if everyone took his reviews at that level, but there's a whole crowd of people out there who seem to hang on his every word as if it were gospel truth; reading the commentary threads on his videos, or indeed much of The Escapist's website, becomes utterly aggravating as a result.