One of the problems associated with user surveys to evaluate content is the possibility that some of these reviews can not be written completely in good faith. Recently, Rotten Tomatoes has taken new steps to control the impact of counterfeit responses filed for Captain Marvel while Netflix responded to several occasions of "bombing the review" by completely removing written reviews from her service. For many years Steam has made several different steps to solve this problem, but now its last answer is a combination of automated scans and human moderation commands.
In a blog post he explained the plan: "We are going to identify and remove outbound bombs from the subject. In practice, what he has is a tool that monitors real-time feedback to detect" abnormal "activity, which assumes something is happening.This tells the moderators that they can then view the reviews that they are investigating and if they find that there is an "off-the-counter reviews" thread, they will notify the developer and remove these reviews, the game's score is calculated, although the feedback itself remain in place.