"grown" is a state of mind. I'm not sure this guy is there yet. There is a very..."interesting" interview he gave a while back that gives an insight to why he rates things the way he does. Paraphrasing here because the interview is very wordy: YIKES. If there's a better candidate for "has no business writing about games" I've yet to see it. The dude is extremely elitist, has VERY narrow ideas of what makes a decent game, and if a game does not meet that criteria it's written off, and those who like it are written off as "people who don't understand gaming." That Game You Like doesn't have a good story, you only think it does because good facial animation is tugging at your heartstrings. Graphics don't matter, they did during the 90s and everyone who still rates graphics as important is wrong. Red Dead Redemption is a Western only because it SOUNDS like one. Sound Design is the most important thing. I mean, these are some very bizarre, out there opinions and it's no wonder literally everything Sony makes doesn't fit within his criteria of "what makes a good game" and is instead a "prestige game" for dirty casuals who don't know better.