I hate bias myself, but it exists in everybody, so all I can do is admit it and bring it to notice. Basically I agree with everything you said, especially that last paragraph, and I wish more people though more openly when giving a review or what not. From what I read in this topic it seems that problem is that everybody thinks they know enough to judge, give orders and preach that they are right and everybody is wrong, when in fact nobody is in this position.
That and there is this great human need for people to brag, and we all do it (it's human nature), it's just that some people do it so obviously. To the point where it's relatable to predicting a childs behaviour or when someone is obviously in love and they're acting obviously in love (and it's prety embarrising to watch too
I can ususally spot flawed thinking and I see a pattern in the people I don't like and/or are a waste of time. Though I try not to judge, I will avoid avoid them and save myself the headache if I can, without being rude or pushing them away.
I also noticed that through onlne communities that there are alot of people I hate (mostly because they are full of BS), and yes hating is wrong and I'm against it, but it's a human instinct/flaw. So ultimately I'm or may seem like (whatever suits you) a hypocrite, but because I admit I'm wrong and/or my behaviour is wrong, that's fine then, because I can at least fix it as long as I'm aware of it or try.
Anyways, enough philosophical talk, I'm pretty bad at explaining what's on my mind and ultimately my question I really wanted to ask and why I posted a reply, before I got sidetrracked, is this; Did you ever beat F-Zero for the Gamecube
, because man, at on point the difficulty just skyrocketed to insane out of nowhere.