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Ninja Theory has warned consumers against being misled by fake reviews of the soon to be released DmC Devil May Cry.

It appears that reviews of the game have appeared online giving it a bad score, despite the reviewers having never played it. “Happy that no genuine review has been under 89% so far,” the developer posted on twitter. It was later revealed that tweet referred to “some reviews where the writer hasn’t received review code and not even played the game.”

“Genuine review = one where the reviewer has actually played the game. Sometimes people make up reviews without actually playing the game,” the developer added.

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Ninja Theory Warns Consumers About Fake DmC Devil May Cry Reviews

Ninja Theory has warned consumers against being misled by fake reviews of the soon to be released DmC Devil May Cry.

By Matthew Bennett | 01/7/2013 08:59 AM PT

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Ninja Theory has warned consumers against being misled by fake reviews of the soon to be released DmC Devil May Cry.

It appears that reviews of the game have appeared online giving it a bad score, despite the reviewers having never played it. “Happy that no genuine review has been under 89% so far,” the developer posted on twitter. It was later revealed that tweet referred to “some reviews where the writer hasn’t received review code and not even played the game.”

“Genuine review = one where the reviewer has actually played the game. Sometimes people make up reviews without actually playing the game,” the developer added.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89