Being happy with false advertising on release is why this market suffers. Civ V vanilla release advertised things it did not provide (MP). Civ V vanilla release had numerous examples of the in-game UI lying to the player about what would happen given a command, or the consequences of that command. These are not the marks of a game one could reasonably assign a title like "fantastic". UI lies on basic questions like "is my city growing" or "will ordering this unit to attack actually cause it to attack" are not minor quirks. Having a game mode you allege support (MP) then not supporting it is not okay. If failure to meet stated standards is "fantastic", then the overwhelming majority of games are "fantastic", and using the term has no meaning.