NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
The recently released My Friend Peppa Pig video game, based on the children's cartoon, has higher user scores than the year's biggest releases.
Comparing the Metacritic user scores for the PS4 versions of My Friend Peppa Pig to Battlefield 2042, Call of Duty: Vanguard, and Grand Theft Auto Trilogy, it seems that My Friend Peppa Pig not only has higher scores than all of them, but it has higher scores than all of them combined. My Friend Peppa Pig has an 8.4 user rating at the time of this writing, Battlefield 2042 is saddled with a low 2.1, while Call of Duty: Vanguard has a slightly higher 4.6. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition has the lowest score of them all, with an appalling 0.7 rating. Added together, the score for Battlefield 2042, Call of Duty: Vanguard, and GTA Trilogy is 7.4, a full point less than My Friend Peppa Pig.
Now, there are some things to keep in mind with this. While some may find it amusing that massive blockbuster games are losing out to My Friend Peppa Pig, it doesn't mean that the user review scores are necessarily serious. In fact, looking at the My Friend Peppa Pig user reviews, it seems pretty clear that many people rating it so high did so as a joke.
There's also likely a lot of user reviews for the other three games that were written by people who didn't play them, but want to get in on lowering their scores. That's not to say that there isn't legitimate criticism for Battlefield 2042, Call of Duty: Vanguard, or Grand Theft Auto Trilogy. On the contrary, Grand Theft Auto Trilogy is in such a bad state that Rockstar Games had to apologize for it, while Battlefield 2042 has been flooded with negative user reviews across multiple platforms. But it's still likely that the games received 0/10 ratings from people who didn't actually play them, as that's just the nature of user scores.